The barycentric x and y have to be <= 1 for the point to be in the triangle right?

dvernet

Yes, because in order for a point to be in the convex hull of the vertices, it must be a convex combination of those vertices. (Note that the components must also be >= 0)

The barycentric x and y have to be <= 1 for the point to be in the triangle right?

Yes, because in order for a point to be in the convex hull of the vertices, it must be a convex combination of those vertices. (Note that the components must also be >= 0)