If we can use vectors then this is useful.
Let then the vector bisects the angle .
I try to figure out a formula to find the mid point of a triangle.
Given are the 3 endpoints A(x,y), B(x,y) and C(x,y).
I can find the side length a, b,c of the triangle by using the distance formula.
Then I could find the angles with the Law of Cosine.
The intersection, m(x,y), of the angle bisectors is the center of the incircle.
But how can I find this intersection with the information I have?
Thanks for any help!
thanks for the answer but I do not understand it.
I am searching for the midpoint m(x,y).
I did not work with vectors yet. So, what exactly does p and q stands for? And how do I get the x-value and the y-value of the point?
I cannot find the mid point by drawing it because I want to compute it by a computer.