# Center

A center is a point that is the same distance from all the extremities of a figure.

### 1. Center of a circle

The center of a circle is the point which is equidistant from all points on the circle. In the figure below, C is the center.
The center point is often used to label the whole circle. The figure below would be called "the circle C".

For more on this see Circle definition.
### 2. Center of a regular polygon

The center of a regular polygon is the point that is same distance from all its
vertices.

For more on this see Center of a regular polygon.
### 2. Centers of triangles

Triangles have various different centers depending on how they are derived.
Below, for example, is the incenter - the point where the three angle bisectors meet.
For an overview of four common triangle centers see
Overview of triangle centers.
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