I was wondering how to prove Euclid's theorem: The medians of a triangle are concurrent.
My work so far:
First of all my interpretation of the theorem is that if a line segment is drawn from each of the 3 side's medians to the vertex opposite to it, they intersect at one point.
Since a triangle has three sides and each side must have a median, I figure that at least 2 of them have to intersect as the lines can't be parallel.
May anyone explain further? Thank you!