# Does the median lie wholly in the interior of the triangle?

yes , the median lies wholly in the interior of the triangle.

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Yes

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Hey there! Yes, the median does lie wholly in the interior of the triangle. From the given figure, you can see that no matter if it is a right-angled, obtuse-angled or acute-angled triangle, the medians do lie always in the interior of the triangle.

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Hello... see, median is a line which divides something into two equal parts. So, it will surely be in the interior of the triangle. And another is altitude, a straight line projected from a vertex (corner) of the triangle perpendicular (at a right angle) to the opposite side. Its centrecan be in the interior or exterior of the triangle as in a acute triangle, it is inside but in a obtuse triangle, it is outside of the triangle.

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Absolutely yes
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Yes, the median does lie wholly in the interior of the triangle. From the given figure, you can see that no matter if it is a right-angled, obtuse-angled or acute-angled triangle, the medians do lie always in the interior of the triangle.

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correct
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the median always lies in the interior of the triangle only.
it doesnt matters the triangle is right angled, obtuse-angled or acute angled triangle .the median always lies inside............
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Yes it does
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