The Taylor Circle

Let ABC be a triangle. Let A', B', and C' be the points where the altitudes drawn from A, B, and C intersect the opposite sides or their extensions. From each of A', B', and C' draw lines perpendicular to the adjacent sides. The resulting six points all lie on a circle called the Taylor circle.



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