The Malfatti Squares

The Malfatti squares are three squares inside a triangle. Each square has two adjacent vertices on two different sides of the triangle; the remaining two vertices are vertices of each of the other two squares.


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[1] F. van Lamoen and P. Yiu, "Construction of Malfatti Squares," Forum Geometricum, 8, 2008 pp. 49–59.
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