Cevians and the Cevian Triangle
- Steve Phelps
Place three points (A, B, and C) in the plane. These three points determine three lines with are sides or triangle ABC. Place a fourth point P in the plane. The point determine three more lines. These lines are called Cevians. These Cevians intersect the sides of the triangle in points , , and . These points form the verticies of the Cevian Triangle.