Chris Arneson



geometry, the incircle or inscribed circle of a triangle is the largest circle

contained in the triangle; it touches (is tangent to) the three sides.

The center of the incircle is called the triangle’s incenter. 

The incircle can be used to see how big of a circluar object you could

fit into a triangluar shaped room.




11 Responses to “Chris Arneson”

  1. Anna Allberry Says:

    This was a little confusing. It didn’t really have a good real-life situation. Trying to fit a circular object into a triangular shaped room made sense though.

  2. Emma Lee Says:

    The triangular room is a little weird but it makes sense. The whole thing was a little confusing though.

  3. Spencer Elliott Says:

    I didn’t get this at all. I didnt really think this was a real life situation. Just like everyone else said the only thing that really makes sence is the triangular room.

  4. Luke Volz Says:

    I didn’t really get that. It was really confusing. The triangle room part kind of makes sense but not really. There was no real life example.

  5. Cameron Bargell Says:

    the triangular room makes a little sence but there was no real life example anyway good effort

  6. Lauren Wagner Says:

    This was a little bit confusing. It didnt have an example of a “real life”
    job. The circle in a triangle part made a little bit of sense.

  7. Jeremy Spain-Carrion Says:

    This was a bit hard to understand. I’m not sure it would make much sense in real life

  8. janelle hoatson Says:

    This article was veryinsteresting i never though u could use incircles to do that. good paragraph

  9. Lydia Lusk Says:

    great job… it is very interesting how geometry can end up in real life

  10. Derra Lusk Says:

    this was a very interesting how you can use incenter to firgure the space in a room

  11. Abby Hess Says:

    This was confusing, most people don’t live in triangles, so I don’t see why this helps exactly. But it makes sense for the explaining the incenter of a triangle.

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