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Proving that Three Lines Are Concurrent
by Daniel Maxin (Valparaiso University)This article originally appeared in:
College Mathematics Journal
Subject classification(s): Geometry and Topology | Plane Geometry | Triangles
Applicable Course(s): 2.2 Trigonometry | 4.9 Geometry
In solving an interesting geometric problem, the author shows again the two important steps in applying Ceva's Theorem.
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