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  • Concyclic points — In geometry, a set of points is said to be concyclic (or cocyclic) if they lie on a common circle. Concyclic points, showing that the perpendicular bisectors of pairs are concurrent …   Wikipedia

  • concyclic — /keuhn suy klik, sik lik/, adj. Geom. (of a system of points) lying on the circumference of a circle. [1870 75; CON + CYCLIC] * * * …   Universalium

  • concyclic — adjective Lying on a common circle …   Wiktionary

  • concyclic — con·cyclic …   English syllables

  • concyclic — /kənˈsɪklɪk/ (say kuhn siklik) adjective lying on the circumference of the same circle. –concyclically, adverb …  

  • concyclic — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Japanese theorem for concyclic polygons — In geometry, the Japanese theorem states that no matter how we triangulate a concyclic polygon, the sum of inradii of triangles is constant. Conversely, if the sum of inradii independent from the triangulation, then the polygon is cyclic. The… …   Wikipedia

  • Japanese theorem for concyclic quadrilaterals — The Japanese theorem states that the centers of the incircles of certain triangles inside a concyclic quadrilateral are vertices of a rectangle.Triangulate an arbitrary concyclic quadrilateral by its diagonals, this yields four overlapping… …   Wikipedia

  • List of circle topics — This list of circle topics includes things related to the geometric shape, either abstractly, as in idealizations studied by geometers, or concretely in physical space. It does not include metaphors like inner circle or circular reasoning in… …   Wikipedia

  • Fermat point — In geometry, the first Fermat point, or simply the Fermat point, also called Torricelli point, is the solution to the problem of finding a point F inside a triangle ABC such that the total distance from the three vertices to point F is the… …   Wikipedia

  • Sangaku — or San Gaku (算額; lit. mathematical tablet) are Japanese geometrical puzzles in Euclidean geometry on wooden tablets created during the Edo period (1603 1867) by members of all social classes. The Dutch Japanologist Isaac Titsingh first introduced …   Wikipedia

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