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Points invariably connected with the describe triangle, right lines which can at once be constructed by the above method. all other Moreover, circle, we know that and the variable if is line or fixed and P describes a Radius Vector OP be divided in Q, in a given ratio, the locus of Q is a circle. Now if Q be turned around through any given angle the locus is the same circle displaced through the same angle. Therefore if one vertex of a triangle of given and another vertex describe a circle, the vertex and all other points invariably conremaining species is fixed, nected with 1.

OXBL is I. 26) a cyclic quadrilateral, therefore Euc. (III. PX=1r\ PL PB is given hence the segment PB is known, and since it ; equal to 0(7, C is determined. In the general case the line A B does not meet the ment is stated : the seg- AB rectangle, having two remaining two on the 3. ] XY of a circle in a given direction such that the area of the quadrilateral A BX Y, where AB is a given diameter, is a maximum. [Draw a diameter YX\ and A YBX' is a rectangle, hence AX' is BY. Join JJJfand XX', and draw BC parallel to XX'.

COR. 1. If the line difference of the sides L cuts the base internally the (ACBC) is a maximum when it bisects internally the angle G. EXAMPLES. The 1. triangle of minimum perimeter inscribed in a given one is Z of the perpendiculars * let fall formed by joining the feet A", T, from the vertices on the opposite sides. [For the joining lines are equally inclined to sides on which they intersect (Euc. III. ] The polygon 2. one is Ex. ) of least perimeter that can be inscribed in a given that whose angles are bisected externally by its sides.

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