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Circumcircle Fixed Point (Posted on 2010-12-17) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Let B and C be points on two given non-collinear rays from the same point A such that |AB| + |AC| is constant.

Prove that there exists a point D, distinct from A, such that the circumcircles of triangles ABC pass through D for all choices of B and C.

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