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incenter

[¦in¦sen·tər]
(mathematics)
The center of the inscribed circle of a given triangle.
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Incenter said the addition of ANTIC will solidify the company's goal to provide solutions to the growing list of pain points that originators of all sizes have in any market environment.
John Keratsis, senior managing director of lender services at Incenter, said, 'Our goal at Incenter is to partner with our clients to solve their most pressing business challenges.
Incenter, a Blackstone portfolio company, is a provider of capital markets and fulfillment services for mortgage lenders and specialty finance companies.
IMA, under the Secondary Market Platform of Incenter, will put its attention persistently on mortgage servicing rights (MSR) brokerage and independent asset valuation.
In this paper, the incenter method will be revised using the Nagel point of a triangle to increase efficiency.
If we use theorem 4 for the triangle ABC and the incenter I, we have
incenter dialysis, older studies did show a nonsignificant improvement in mortality, he said.
Among adults receiving incenter hemodialysis treatment during the last quarter of 1993, only 43 percent attained a recommended URR of 65 percent or greater, with a mean URR for the national dialysis population of 63 percent (Health Care Financing Administration, 1997a).
Bake until custard jiggles only slightly incenter when gently shaken, about 18 minutes.
UTMG's dialysis program consists of incenter hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis and home training to over 235 patients in the Memphis area.
3 It is unnecessary for students to construct the circumcenter, centroid, orthocenter, and incenter of a triangle step by step after they are familiar with these geometric objects and their construction procedures.
Patterns of Care in Adult, Incenter Hemodialysis Patients in the United States, 1993: Baseline Quality of Care Indicators.