The point of concurrence of the Isotomic Lines relative to a point . The isotomic conjugate
of a point with Trilinear Coordinates
is

(1) |

(2) |

(3) |

(4) |

- 1. If does not intersect , the isotomic transform is an Ellipse.
- 2. If is tangent to , the transform is a Parabola.
- 3. If cuts , the transform is a Hyperbola, which is a Rectangular Hyperbola if the line passes through the isotomic conjugate of the Orthocenter

There are four points which are isotomically self-conjugate: the Centroid and each of the points of intersection of lines through the Vertices Parallel to the opposite sides. The isotomic conjugate of the Euler Line is called Jerabek's Hyperbola (Casey 1893, Vandeghen 1965).

Vandeghen (1965) calls the transformation taking points to their isotomic conjugate points the Cevian Transform. The product of isotomic and Isogonal is a Collineation which transforms the sides of a Triangle to themselves (Vandeghen 1965).

**References**

Casey, J. *A Treatise on the Analytical Geometry of the Point, Line, Circle, and Conic Sections, Containing
an Account of Its Most Recent Extensions with Numerous Examples, 2nd rev. enl. ed.* Dublin: Hodges, Figgis, & Co., 1893.

Eddy, R. H. and Fritsch, R. ``The Conics of Ludwig Kiepert: A Comprehensive Lesson in the Geometry of the Triangle.''
*Math. Mag.* **67**, 188-205, 1994.

Johnson, R. A. *Modern Geometry: An Elementary Treatise on the Geometry of the Triangle and the Circle.* Boston, MA:
Houghton Mifflin, pp. 157-159, 1929.

Vandeghen, A. ``Some Remarks on the Isogonal and Cevian Transforms. Alignments of Remarkable Points of a Triangle.''
*Amer. Math. Monthly* **72**, 1091-1094, 1965.

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