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Q:
# Where can the medians of a triangle intersect?

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Answer: Choice A) I only

The medians are completely contained inside the triangle. A median stretches from a vertex to the midpoint of the opposite side. As the entire line segment is inside the triangle, this means that the centroid (where the medians meet) is also inside the triangle. This applies for any type of triangle (acute, right, or obtuse)

The medians are completely contained inside the triangle. A median stretches from a vertex to the midpoint of the opposite side. As the entire line segment is inside the triangle, this means that the centroid (where the medians meet) is also inside the triangle. This applies for any type of triangle (acute, right, or obtuse)