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incircle

Syllabification: in·cir·cle
Pronunciation: /ˈinˌsərk(ə)l
 
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Definition of incircle in English:

noun

Geometry
A circle inscribed in a triangle or other figure so as to touch (but not cross) each side.
Example sentences
  • The three lines through the incircle and the circumcircle of triangles AIB, BIC, and CIA meet at a point.
  • The point where the incircle and the nine point circle touch is now called the Feuerbach point.
  • Rectangle is a cyclic shape with the circumcenter at the intersection of the diagonals, both of which are diameters of the incircle q.

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