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Geometric Art 2 of Pascal's Theorem

Geometric art 2 of Pascal's Theorem

Pascal's Theorem
Let A, B, C, D, E, F be points on a circle and makes a hexagon out of them in an arbitrary order. Then the three points P1, P2, P3 at which pairs of opposite sides meet, lie on a straight line. This line is called the Pascal line of the hexagon ABCDEF and is one of the 60 Pascal lines created by connecting hexagon vertices in any order.

See also:
Pascal's theorem proof

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