Three friends from three different cities are trying to decide where they should meet for lunch. Place the three points on the map below on any of the cities shown on the map. Each point represents one of the friends' homes.
1. This map shows the medians of the triangle formed by the three locations. If the friends choose to meet at the point of intersection of the medians, how far will each have to drive? Record your findings on your paper: Distance from city A to point G _______ Distance from city B to point G _______ Distance from city C to point G _______ Total distance traveled by all three _______ 2. Medians, Altitudes and Angle Bisectors are three types of lines that can be used to describe the center of a triangle. On your paper, explain how you can tell that these lines are medians.