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Schröder Points Database / Darij Grinberg

This page contains some results and questions about the Schröder points of a triangle and configuration related to these. The dates are the dates of last changes.

The idea of this page was to collect all known results about the Schröder points of a triangle from different sources (Hyacinthos messages, MathLinks discussions). Feel free to mail me (see main site for address) if you have something to add.

[Schroeder2] The Schröder points, Darij Grinberg, 4 Jul 2004 [Schroeder3] Incentral Triangle Question, Darij Grinberg, 27 Feb 2004 [Schroeder4] Re: Incentral Triangle Question, Eric Danneels, 3 May 2003 [Schroeder5] Poristically fixed points, Darij Grinberg, 25 Mar 2004 Asos Petite Lace And Dobby Mesh Fluted Sleeve Mini Smock Dress Black aX5rdaazYG
Re: Incentral Triangle Question, Darij Grinberg, 27 Feb 2004 [Schroeder7] Some newer results from MathLinks, Darij Grinberg, 4 Jul 2004

[Schroeder2] [Schroeder3] [Schroeder4] [Schroeder5] [Schroeder6] [Schroeder7]
[Schroeder2] The Schröder points 1. The Schröder point by inversion Schröder point 2. Trilinears of the Schröder point Gergonne-Schröder point X(1155) = SCHRÖDER POINT 3. Jean-Pierre Ehrmann's approach 4. The Schröder point as inversive image of X(55) Weill point 5. The Nagel-Schröder point Nagel-Schröder point 6. The Stutensee point Stutensee point 7. The Mitten-Schröder points Mitten-Schröder points 8. The Bevan-Schröder point Bevan point Bevan-Schröder point 9. Trilinears of the Bevan-Schröder point 10. Some synthetic conjectures about the Bevan-Schröder point 11. Poristically fixed points poristically fixed Fundamental Poristic Theorem. 12. A generalization of the Schröder and Bevan-Schröder points leading to the Darboux cubic Schoute point Longchamps-Schröder point 13. A generalization of the Schröder and Nagel-Schröder points and the Feuerbach hyperbola Droussent pivot
[Schroeder3] Incentral Triangle Question
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