An Elementary Treatise on Pure Geometry with Numerous Examples

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Clarendon Press, 1905 - Geometry - 366 pages

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Page 352 - The nine-point circle of any triangle touches the inscribed and escribed circles. Let ABC be a triangle, / the inscribed circle touching BC in Q, and E the escribed circle opposite to A touching £C in Q'. Bisect BC, CA in M and M...
Page 164 - Two vertices of a triangle self-conjugate for a given conic move on fixed lines ; show that the locus of the third vertex is a conic passing through the intersections of the given lines with the given conic and through the poles of the given lines for the given conic. Ex. 6. A A' are a pair of opposite vertices of a quadrilateral whose sides touch a conic at L, M, N, R.
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