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cen·troid

 (sĕn′troid′)
n.
2. The point in a system of masses each of whose coordinates is a weighted mean of coordinates of the same dimension of points within the system, the weights being determined by the density function of the system.

centroid

(ˈsɛntrɔɪd)
n
(Mathematics)
a. the centre of mass of an object of uniform density, esp of a geometric figure
b. (of a finite set) the point whose coordinates are the mean values of the coordinates of the points of the set

cen•troid

(ˈsɛn trɔɪd)

n.
2. the point where the medians of a triangle intersect.
[1875–80]
cen•troi′dal, adj.
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Noun1.centroid - the center of mass of an object of uniform density
center of mass, centre of mass - point representing the mean position of the matter in a body
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