#### What are the points of concurrency?
It is only one point that we can share three or more lines. Constructed lines in the triangle's interior are the best place where you can to find the points of concurrency.
You construct a point of concurrency for each of the following ones in a triangle;
Medians, Perpendicular bisectors, Angle bisectors, Altitudes in a triangle.
We will have four different points of concurrency when you could make four different types of line segments for the triangle. The intersection of a specific line segment has a relation with each point of concurrency such as;
**Centroid** - Medians, **Circumstances** - perpendicular bisectors, **Incenter** - angle bisectors, **Orthocenter** - altitudes.
Triangle's interior must not have two of the four points of concurrency while constructing the line segment as triangle's part. You can place circumcenter and the orthocenter inside or outside the triangle.
**Unique Facts** - Let's learn a few interesting points about the point pf concurrency that are always true; You will always find the orthocenter at the right triangle's vertex. Triangle's centroid should always be present in between the triangle's orthocenter and circumcenter. The distance between centroid and circumcenter is half the distance between the centroid and orthocenter.
You will always find the circumcenter inside the accurate triangle.

A point of concurrency is the point where three or more lines intersect at a single point. We look various definitions that fit along with concurrence including centroid (point where all medians are concurrent.), circum center (point where all perpendicular bisectors are concurrent.), orthocenter (point where all altitudes are concurrent.), and in-center (point where all angle bisectors are concurrent.). Over this collection of worksheets you will use all of this geometric terminology. These worksheets explain concurrence. Your students will use these activity sheets to learn how to properly identify points of concurrence (intersections) in different figures, as well as how to calculate their value.