The Theory of an Inscribable Quadrilateral and a Circle that Forms Pascal Points

@inproceedings{Fraivert2016TheTO,
  title={The Theory of an Inscribable Quadrilateral and a Circle that Forms Pascal Points},
  author={David Fraivert},
  year={2016}
}
The theory of a convex quadrilateral and a circle that forms Pascal points is a new topic in Euclidean geometry. The theory deals with the properties of the Pascal points on the sides of a convex quadrilateral, the properties of “circles that form Pascal points”, and the special properties of “the circle coordinated with the Pascal points formed by it”. In the present paper, we shall continue developing the theory and expand it to the case where the quadrilateral is inscribable. We prove five… Expand
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