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van Aubel's Theorem for Triangles. Concurrent Cevians, Sum of Ratios.

Let ABC be a triangle and lines (or cevians) AD, BE, and CF joining vertices with opposite sides intersect at a single point P. Prove that:


Van Aubel's Theorem II

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