Kosnita Theorem


The lines joining the vertices A, B, and C of a given triangle DeltaABC with the circumcenters of the triangles DeltaBCO, DeltaCAO, and DeltaABO (where O is the circumcenter of DeltaABC), respectively, are concurrent. Their point of concurrence is known as the Kosnita point.

See also

Kosnita Point, Triangulation Point

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de Villiers, M. "A Dual to Kosnita's Theorem." Math. and Informatics Quart. 6, 169-171, 1996., J. "Brief Notes on Some Forgotten Geometrical Theorems." Math. and Informatics Quart. 7, 156-158, 1997.

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