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Sun Jun 16 2002 at 0:50:52
For any hexagon ABCDEF, if all of its six vertices lie on a
conic section
, and no opposite sides are parallel, then the intersection points of lines AB and DE, BC and EF, CD and FA are
collinear
.
Blaise Pascal
discovered this theorem at the age of sixteen.
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collinear
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