Line joining vertex to mid point of opposite side of a triangle is median of a triangle.


For ∆ABC



Here, AD is the median of triangle ∆ABC

& D is mid-point of BC.

 i.e. BD = CD


Similarly, we can draw median from point B


Here, BE is the median of ∆ABC

& E is the mid point of AC

i.e. AE = EC.


And, we can draw median from point C


Here, CF is the median of ∆ABC

& F is the mid point of AB.

i.e. AF = FB.


So, our median can be


For obtuse angled triangle ∆ABC


Medians are



For right angled triangle ∆ABC


Medians are




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