A triangle is divided by its three medians into six smaller triangles. Their circumcenters lie on a circle.
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For more information, see:
F. van Lamoen, "Circumcenters on a Circle: 10830,"
The American Mathematical Monthly
(4), 2002 pp. 396-397.
van Lamoen Circle
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