The incenter of a triangle or regular polygon is the point where the angle bisectors meet.
In any triangle, the bisectors of the interior angles always meet at a single point - the incenter.
For more on this see Incenter of a triangle.
2. Regular polygons
The interior angles of any regular polygon always intersect at a single point - the incenter.
For more on this see Incenter of a polygon.
Irregular polygons have no incenter.
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