Definition of X(22) Exeter point

ccambre shared this problem 3 years ago
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Hi, I'm exploring the Kimberling numbers in a GGbook. But getting to the Exeter point X(22) I noticed that TriangleCenter(A,B,C,22) produces another point than following the construction of the Exeter point.

See wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wi...

chris

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the lines must be the medians not the bisectors


lol lol lol, believed it:your initial point is the circuncenter of ABC

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I definitly still need to work on the meaning of some math terms in english...

So now we're heading on our GGbook for the first 30 with the right constructions on triangle centers . I just found an exellent online math dictionary which I will keep close to me in the future.

chris

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