The Geometry of Hart Tetrads


It is well known that given three circles a, b, c in a plane we can associate with them, in eight ways, another circle d such that the four circles a, b, c, d are all touched by four other circles, in which neither system of circles admits of a common orthogonal circle. Two such systems of circles are called Complementary Hart Systems.

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Mathematical Sciences

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