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# Modern Elementary Geometry

## Modern Elementary Geometry

Modern Elementary Geometry

This note covers the following topics: The classical theorem of Ceva, Ceva, Menelaus and Selftransversality, The general transversality theorem, The theorems of Hoehn and Pratt-Kasapi, Circular products of ratios involving circles, Circle transversality theorems, A basic lemma and some applications, Affinely Regular Polygons, Linear transformations; smoothing vectors, Affine-Regular Components, The general Napoleon's Theorem, The iteration of smoothing operations.

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