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9175more angles problems

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  • Bernard Gibert
    Feb 2, 2004
      Dear friends,

      let Q be a fixed point and phi the measure (mod. pi) of an angle.

      the locus of P such as the sum of line angles (AQ,AP)+(BQ,BP)+(CQ,CP) =
      phi is (if I didn't mistake) always a K60+ with asymptotes concurring
      at G.

      When phi = pi/2 and Q on the McCay cubic, the locus is Kjp and vice

      Best regards

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