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Routh's Theorem
Suppose that in a triangle
lines are drawn from the vertices to the opposite sides at points
,
, and
. Let
,
, and
denote the ratios
,
, and
. Let the triangle formed inside
be
.
Routh's theorem states that
.
Contributed by:
Jay Warendorff
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