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Maximum Cevian Triangle (Posted on 2011-06-02) Difficulty: 4 of 5
Let cevians BE and CF of ΔABC intersect at point D.

If Area(ΔABC) = 1, then find the maximum Area(ΔDEF) as points E and F vary over sides AC and AB respectively. Prove your result.

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