Point of Concurrency: The Giver
By Avery Davis
Best Point of Concurrency
Scale: 1 in= 10 ft
2. Create an arc.
3. Place the tip of the compass onto the vertex at the other end of the segment, leaving the measurement setting of the compass the same.
4. Create a second arc.
5. These arcs should intersect in two places. Take a ruler and draw a line through the two places where the arcs intersect each other.
6. This gives you the perpendicular bisector. Repeat all steps for each segment of the triangle. You will end up with three perpendicular bisectors.
7. The Point of Concurrency, the circumcenter, is where all of the perpendicular bisectors meet. Place a point here.