Q: Which may fall outside a triangle?

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The orthocenter may fall outside of a triangle. The orthocenter usually lies within the inside the triangle. However this is only the case if the triangle is acute.

false (apex)

It doesn't ever fall outside of a triangle.

When the triangle is obtuse.

In an obtuse angled triangle, two of them will.

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The orthocenter may fall outside of a triangle. The orthocenter usually lies within the inside the triangle. However this is only the case if the triangle is acute.

Its "incenter" will not fall outside the triangle, or outside the base of the triangle.

False

false (apex)

orthocenter and circumcenter

Every point in the plane outside the triangle can fall there!

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!!!!!!!!

It doesn't ever fall outside of a triangle.

It will, if the triangle is obtuse.

When the triangle is obtuse.

An obtuse angled triangle.