# The Coordinates of a Point Relative to a Triangle

Let be a triangle with side lengths , , . Let be any point and , , be the algebraic distance from to , , , respectively.
Let and be the Conway triangle parameters for triangle and set the coordinates of the base to be and .
Then the Cartesian coordinates of the other two points are: , .
Also, , , .

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