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Locus problem (Posted on 2007-05-27) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Let point D lie on side BC of triangle ABC.
Let C1 and C2 be the incircles of triangles ABD and ACD respectively.
Let m be the common external tangent to C1 and C2 different from BC.
Let P be the intersection of line AD with m.

What is the locus of point P as point D varies between B and C?

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Unproven solutionbrianjn2007-06-01 05:04:41
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