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Which of the statements about the picture below is true? Choose 3.

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A. F is the circumcenter of the triangle<<
B. F is the incenter of the triangle
C. F is the point of concurrency of the perpendicular bisector of the sides of the triangle
D. F is the point lf concurrent of the angle bisector of the angles of the triangle
E. F is equipped from the angles of the triangle
F. F is equidistant from the three sides of the triangle.

I know one of them is A but I'm unsure of the other 2.

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  1. if you're looking for the answers of Geometry Unit 6 lesson 3, practice, grade 10th, not pre ap, then here they are. please don't be mad at me if we have some different answers.

    1.B
    2. B, D and F
    3. B
    4. B
    5. D
    6. Part A: A Part B: D
    7. C
    8. Part A: A Part B: D
    only use these if NESSESARY
    I do want to encourage you to use your brain lol

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  2. Omg thanks!!!!!

    I just got a 100% ^

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  3. Lazy is 100% correct

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  4. Lazy is 100% correct

    thanks!!

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  5. yay!! thanks so much! Lazy is correct!

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  6. OMG, I NEEDED THAT SOOOOOO BAD!!!!!

    Lazy is a thousand percent correct!!!!!!!!!

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  7. Lazy still correct

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  8. Lazy is %100 correct!

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  9. Lazy is still correct

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  10. You spelled "grateful" wrong, friend above me. =]
    Lazy is 100% correct, thank you.

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  11. It is also the incenter B
    https://www.google.com/search?q=incenter+of+triangle
    and point of concurrency C
    https://www.google.com/search?q=iconcurrency+of+perpendicular+bisectors
    and D

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