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The [[center]] of the [[Nine point circle]].
For a given [[triangle]], the '''nine point center''', usually denoted <math>N</math>, is the [[center]] of the [[nine point circle]].  It also lies on the [[Euler line]] of the triangle and is the [[midpoint]] of the [[segment]] joining the [[orthocenter]] <math>H</math> to the [[circumcenter]] <math>O</math>.

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For a given triangle, the nine point center, usually denoted $N$, is the center of the nine point circle. It also lies on the Euler line of the triangle and is the midpoint of the segment joining the orthocenter $H$ to the circumcenter $O$.

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