centroid
[ sentroid ]
/ ˈsɛn trɔɪd /

noun
Mechanics. the point that may be considered as the center of a one or twodimensional figure, the sum of the displacements of all points in the figure from such a point being zero.Compare center of mass.
Also called median point. Geometry. that point where the medians of a triangle intersect.
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Examples from the Web for centroid
The medians of a triangle are concurrent in the centroid, or center of gravity of the triangle.
The Teaching of GeometryDavid Eugene SmithAbove the centroid of compression there is nothing but a trifling amount of embedment of the stirrup.
Some Mooted Questions in Reinforced Concrete DesignEdward Godfrey
British Dictionary definitions for centroid
centroid
/ (ˈsɛntrɔɪd) /
noun
 the centre of mass of an object of uniform density, esp of a geometric figure
 (of a finite set) the point whose coordinates are the mean values of the coordinates of the points of the set
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