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Humberto Bortolossi

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Triangle Centers with C.a.R.
Posted: Jun 29, 2007 9:38 AM
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Greetings!

I would like to announce the web page "Triangle Centers with C.a.R.":

http://www.uff.br/trianglecenters/

This is an interactive version of the Clark Kimiberling's Encyclopedia
of Triangle Centers built with the help of the free and multiplatform
dynamic geometry software C.a.R.. The user can move points, build
objects (lines, cicles, conics) and make measurements (lengths, areas,
angles). Uou can download all constructions and macros (tc.zip) to
study several centers at the same time using the desktop version of
C.a.R..

The data about each triangle center were borrowed from Clark
Kimiberling's WEB page (with permission). The HTML code was modified
to include cross-references.

There are applets showing triangle centers on the Euler's Line and on
the Nine-Point Circle and the first one thousand triangle centers.

Suggestions are welcome!

Humberto José Bortolossi
http://www.professores.uff.br/hjbortol/



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