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 Mittenpunkt or Middlespoint Center

The mittenpunkt or middlespoint of a triangle ABC is the point of concurrence of the lines from the excenters D, E, F through the corresponding triangle side midpoints G, H, N. The mittenpunkt of triangle ABC is the symmedian point of the excentral triangle DEF. The point was studied by Christian Heinrich von Nagel in 1836.

 

 

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Last updated: March 1, 2008