# Centre of gravity and centroid

Are the geometric centre & centre of gravity of a right angled triangle at different coordinates ?

• Only if the object has uniform density – Triatticus Jul 20 '19 at 2:11

For any triangle, both are at the average coordinates of the three vertices: $(a+b+c)/3$. This holds true for a triangle of uniform density. And I am interpreting "center of gravity" as described here.