## isogonal conjugateIsogonal lines of a triangle are cevians (cevian = a line joining a vertex of a triangle to a point on the opposite side) that are symmetric with respect to the angle bisector. Two points are isogonal conjugates if the corresponding lines to the vertices are isogonal. ## Related category• GEOMETRY | |||||

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