## Triangles by three Points

If you enter the coordinates of the three vertices of a triangle the program computes all exterior and interior magnitudes,
i.e. the sides, the angles, the altitudes, the radians and the bisectors of the angles, the circumference and the area as well
as the centers and the radiuses of the circumscribed and the inscribed circle of the triangle. In addition the program plots
the triangle with its circumscribed and inscribed circle.

### Example:

Vertices : A(1|0) B(5|1) C(3|6)
Sides : 5,38516 6,32456 4,12311
Angles : 57,5288° 82,2348° 40,2364°
Altitudes : 4,0853 3,47851 5,33578
Medians : 4,60977 3,60555 5,5
Bisectr. : 4,37592 3,51849 5,46225
Circumcir.: M(2,40909|2,86364) ru = 3,19154
Incircle : O(3,11866|1,96195) r i = 1,38952
Area : A = 11 Perimeter : u = 15,8328

See also:

Adjusting the Coordinate System