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Major Triangle Center

A Triangle Center $\alpha:\beta:\gamma$ is called a major center if the Triangle Center Function $\alpha=f(a,b,c,A,B,C)$ is a function of Angle $A$ alone, and therefore $\beta$ and $\gamma$ of $B$ and $C$ alone, respectively.

See also Regular Triangle Center, Triangle Center


Kimberling, C. ``Major Centers of Triangles.'' Amer. Math. Monthly 104, 431-438, 1997.

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