# Euler and triangle geometry

```@article{Leversha2007EulerAT,
title={Euler and triangle geometry},
author={Gerry Leversha and G. C. Smith},
journal={The Mathematical Gazette},
year={2007},
volume={91},
pages={436 - 452}
}```
• Published 1 November 2007
• Mathematics
• The Mathematical Gazette
There is a very easy way to produce the Euler line, using transformational arguments. Given a triangle ABC, let AʹBʹ'C be the medial triangle, whose vertices are the midpoints of the sides. These two triangles are homothetic: they are similar and corresponding sides are parallel, and the centroid, G, is their centre of similitude. Alternatively, we say that AʹBʹC can be mapped to ABC by means of an enlargement, centre G, with scale factor –2.
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