Tangent Spheres and Triangle Centers


1. TANGENT SPHERES. Any four mutually tangent spheres determine six points of tangency. We say that a pair of tangencies {ti , t j } is opposite if the two spheres determining ti are distinct from the two spheres determining t j . Thus the six tangencies are naturally grouped into three opposite pairs, corresponding to the three ways of partitioning the… (More)

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