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# Isoconjugation

Let and be points in trilinear coordinates, neither of which is on a side line of a reference triangle . Them the -isoconjugate of is the point

Isogonal and isotomic conjugations are examples of isoconjugations.

The earliest appearance of the term "isoconjugate" in triangle geometry may have been by Kimberling as early as 1998. Isoconjugates were also discussed in Kimberling (2001, 2002). Thereafter, the term "isoconjugate" has sometimes been used to mean reciprocal conjugate, which is a different sort of conjugate (Kimberling).

Isogonal Conjugate, Isotomic Conjugate, Reciprocal Conjugation

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## References

Gibert, B. "Isoconjugation." http://perso.wanadoo.fr/bernard.gibert/gloss/isoconjugation.html.Kimberling, C. "Glossary: A Support Pages for Encyclopedia Triangle Centers." http://faculty.evansville.edu/ck6/encyclopedia/glossary.html.Kimberling, C. "Conjugacies in the Plane of a Triangle." Aeq. Math. 63, 158-167, 2000.Kimberling, C. "Conics Associated with Cevian Nest." Forum Geom. 1, 141-150, 2001a. http://forumgeom.fau.edu/FG2001volume1/FG200121index.html.Kimberling, C. "Cubics Associated with Triangles of Equal Areas." Forum Geom. 1, 161-171, 2001b. http://forumgeom.fau.edu/FG2001volume1/FG200123index.html.Kimberling, C. "Conjugacies in the Plane of a Triangle." Aeq. Math. 63, 158-167, 2002.

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Weisstein, Eric W. "Isoconjugation." From MathWorld--A Wolfram Web Resource. https://mathworld.wolfram.com/Isoconjugation.html