Q: Do the medians of a triangle always intersect inside the triangle?

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A Triangle's OrthocenterNo, it can be outside the triangle.

Yes, it will.

An altitude intersects another altitude at the centroid. FALSE - The altitudes intersect at what is called the orthocenter.An altitude intersects another altitude at its midpoint. FALSE - The altitudes will meet at random intersection points.An altitude is present inside a triangle FALSE - The altitude can be outside the triangle.An altitude makes a right angle with a side of the triangle. TRUE - An altitude is the line from a vertex to the opposite side, forming a right angle.

Inside: acute angled triangleOn: right angled triangle Outside: obtuse angled triangle.

Yes

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Yes.

Always.

no

The angle bisectors always intersect inside the triangle. (This is not true for altitudes and right bisectors.)

No.

Yes.

A median of a triangle is a line segment joining the vertex to the midpoint of the opposite side. The medians ( each triangle has 3) always intersect at a point call the centroid and the centroid is always INSIDE the triangle.APEX: The incenter of a triangle ________ falls outside of its triangle. = neverA median of a triangle may fall outside the triangle? false apex!!!!!!!!

All three medians MUST lie inside the triangle.

Where the medians meet, inside the triangle.

No. Not if the triangle is right angled (the intersection is AT the right vertex) or obtuse angled (intersection outside).

As with any triangle, inside the triangle.

inside the triangle ;) hope this helps!!