## At A Glance

### Angle bisectors

This tutorial experiments with lines that divide the angles of a triangle in two (angle bisectors). As we'll prove, all three angle bisectors actually intersect at one point called the incenter (amazing!). We'll also prove that this incenter is equidistant from the sides of the triangle (even more amazing!). This allows us to create a circle centered at the incenter that is tangent to the sides of the triangle (not surprisingly called the "incircle").

Topics: General Mathematics, Geometry
Cost: Free

## Overview

### Description

This tutorial experiments with lines that divide the angles of a triangle in two (angle bisectors). As we'll prove, all three angle bisectors actually intersect at one point called the incenter (amazing!). We'll also prove that this incenter is equidistant from the sides of the triangle (even more amazing!). This allows us to create a circle centered at the incenter that is tangent to the sides of the triangle (not surprisingly called the "incircle").

### Details

• Days of the Week: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
• Level of Difficulty: Beginner
• Size: One-on-One
• Instructor: Sal Khan
• Cost: Free
• Institution: Khan Academy
• Topics: General Mathematics, Geometry

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