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A cevian is a line segment that extends from one vertex of a [[triangle]] to the opposite side. [[Medians]], [[altitudes]], and [[angle bisectors]] are all examples of cevians.
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A cevian is a line segment that extends from one vertex of a [[triangle]] to the opposite side. [[Median|Medians]], [[Altitude|altitudes]], and [[Angle Bisector|angle bisectors]] are all examples of cevians.

Revision as of 15:20, 20 June 2006

A cevian is a line segment that extends from one vertex of a triangle to the opposite side. Medians, altitudes, and angle bisectors are all examples of cevians.

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