The incenter of a triangle is where the angle bisectors of the vertices meet. This common point is the same distance from each side of the triangle. In other words, if a circle is inscribed in the triangle, then its center would be the incenter.

Geometry

The incenter of a triangle is where the angle bisectors of the vertices meet. This common point is the same distance from each side of the triangle. In other words, if a circle is inscribed in the triangle, then its center would be the incenter.