Dynamic Geometry Problem 1444: The Asymmetric Propeller Theorem, Equilateral Triangles, Midpoints

Given an equilateral triangle ABC and three equilateral triangles AA1A2, BB1B2, and CC1C2 then the midpoints of A1B2, B1C2, and C1A2 lie at the vertices of an equilateral triangle.


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Geometry Problem 1444: The Asymmetric Propeller Theorem, Equilateral Triangles, Midpoints. Using GeoGebra


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Poster of Geometry Problem 1444: The Asymmetric Propeller Theorem, Equilateral Triangles, Midpoints. Using iPad

 

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