If $ABC$ is a triangle with centroid $P$, I got the impression that the angle $\angle BPA$ at the centroid should only depend on the angle $\angle BCA$ (and not on the other angles).
Am I right? Is there a sensible formula?
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No. For a convenient example, consider the following two cases:
Same angle at $C$, two different angles at $B$.
There are some points that produce angles depending only on the one vertex angle - the circumcenter, orthocenter, and incenter all work, with different choices of exactly what angles you get. But the centroid? It's an affine object, not something that will play nice with angles.