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Ceva Let ABC be a triangle, and let D BC , E CA, and F AB . Then AD, BE , and CF concur if and only if: AF BD CE = 1. F B DC EA Trig Ceva Let ABC be a triangle, and let D BC , E CA, and F AB . Then AD, BE , and CF concur if and only if: sin CAD sin ABE sin BCF = 1. sin DAB sin EBC sin F CA Radical Axis Let {k }3 1 be a family of circles, and let k be the radical axis of k and k+1 , where we identify 4 with 1 . Then { k }3 1 are concurrent. The radical axis of 1 and 2 is the locus of points with equal power with respect to the two circles. This locus turns out to be a straight line. (You can prove it with coordinates!) Brianchon Let circle be inscribed in hexagon ABCDEF . Then the diagonals AD, BE , and CF are concurrent. Identication Three lines AB , CD, and EF are concurrent if and only if the points A, B , and CD EF are collinear. Desargues Two triangles are perspective from a point if and only if they are perspective from a line. Two triangles ABC and DEF are perspective from a point when AD, BE , and CF are concurrent. Two triangles ABC and DEF are perspective from a line when AB DE , BC EF , and CA F D are collinear. Menelaus Let ABC be a triangle, and let D, E , and F line on the extended lines BC , CA, and AB . Then D, E , and F are collinear if and only if: AF BD CE = 1. F B DC EA Pappus Let 1 and 2 be lines, let A, C, E CD F A are collinear.

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and let B, D, F

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Then AB DE , BC EF , and

1. (Gergonne Point) Let ABC be a triangle, and let its incircle intersect sides BC , CA, and AB at A , B , C respectively. Prove that AA , BB , CC are concurrent. Solution: Ceva 2. Let ABC be a triangle, and let D, E, F be the feet of the altitudes from A, B, C . Construct the incircles of triangles AEF , BDF , and CDE ; let the points of tangency with DE , EF , and F D be C , A , and B , respectively. Prove that AA , BB , CC concur. Solution: Isogonal conjugate of Gergonne point; trig ceva 3. (Russia97) The circles S1 and S2 intersect at M and N . Show that if vertices A and C of a rectangle ABCD lie on S1 while vertices B and D lie on S2 , then the intersection of the diagonals of the rectangle lies on the line M N . Solution: Radical Axis 4. (Simson Line) If P is on the circumcircle of ABC , then the feet of the perpendiculars from P to the (possibly extended) sides of ABC are collinear. Solution: Angle chasing shows it with vertical angles

Problems

1. (Zeitz96) Let ABCDEF be a convex cyclic hexagon. Prove that AD, BE, CF are concurrent if and only if AB CD EF = BC DE F A. Solution: Trig Ceva 2. (StP96) The points A and C are chosen on the diagonal BD of a parallelogram ABCD so that AA CC . The point K lies on the segment A C , and the line AK meets CC at L. A line parallel to BC is drawn through K , and a line parallel to BD is drawn through C ; these meet at M . Prove that D, M, L are collinear. Solution: StP96/17 3. (Bulgaria97) Let ABCD be a convex quadrilateral such that DAB = ABC = BCD. Let H and O denote the orthocenter and circumcenter of ABC . Prove that D, O, H are collinear. Solution: Bulgaria97/10 4. (Korea97) In an acute triangle ABC with AB = AC , let V be the intersection of the angle bisector of A with BC , and let D be the foot of the perpendicular from A to BC . If E and F are the intersections of the circumcircle of AV D with CA and AB , respectively, show that the lines AD, BE, CF concur. Solution: Korea97/8

Harder Problems

1. (MOP98) Let ABC be a triangle, and let A , B , C be the midpoints of the arcs BC, CA, AB , respectively, of the circumcircle of ABC . The line A B meets BC and AC at S and T . B C meets AC and AB at F and P , and C A meets AB and BC at Q and R. Prove that the segments P S, QT, F R concur. Solution: They pass through the incenter of ABC , prove with Pascal on AA C B BC . MOP98/2/3a. See

2. (MOP98) The bisectors of angles A, B, C of triangle ABC meet its circumcircle again at the points K, L, M , respectively. Let R be an internal point on side AB . The points P and Q are dened by the conditions: RP is parallel to AK and BP is perpendicular to BL; RQ is parallel to BL and AQ is perpendicular to AK . Show that the lines KP, LQ, M R concur. Solution: MOP98/5/4 3. (MOP98) Let 1 and 2 be two circles of the same radius, intersecting at A and B . Let O be the midpoint of AB . Let CD be a chord of 1 passing through O, and let the segment CD meet 2 at P . Let EF be a chord of 2 passing through O, and let the segment EF meet 1 at Q. Prove that AB, CQ, EP are concurrent. Solution: MOP98/12/3 4. (MOP97) Let ABCD be a cyclic quadrilateral, inscribed in a circle , whose diagonals meet at E . Suppose the point P has the following property: if we extend the line AP to meet again at F , and we extend the line BP to meet again at G, then CF, DG, EP are all parallel. Similarly, suppose the point Q is such that if we extend the line CQ to meet again at H , and we extend the line DQ to meet again at I , then AH, BI, EQ are all parallel. Prove that E, P, Q are collinear. Solution: MOP97/11/5

1. (MOP98) Let A1 A2 A3 be a nonisosceles triangle with incenter I . For i = 1, 2, 3, let Ci be the smaller circle through I tangent to Ai Ai+1 and Ai Ai+2 (indices being taken mod 3) and let Bi be the second intersection of Ci+1 and Ci+2 . Prove that the circumcenters of the triangles A1 B1 I , A2 B2 I , and A3 B3 I are collinear. Solution: MOP98/4/5 2. (MOP97) Let ABC be a triangle and D, E, F the points where its incircle touches sides BC, CA, AB , respectively. The parallel through E to AB intersects DF in Q, and the parallel through D to AB intersects EF in T . Prove that CF, DE, QT are concurrent. Solution: MOP97/2/5 3. (MOP97) Let P be a point in the plane of a triangle ABC . A circle passing through P intersects the circumcircles of triangles P BC, P CA, P AB at A1 , B1 , C1 , respectively, and lines P A, P B, P C intersect at A3 , B3 , C3 . Prove that: (a) the points A2 , B2 , C2 are collinear (b) the lines A1 A3 , B1 B3 , C1 C3 are concurrent

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