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X(67), X(895), X(1177), X(2930), X(5095), X(5181), X(6593), X(10417), X(11061)

The Droussent central cubic is the central pK with center the midpoint of X(6)X(110), pivot the anticomplement X(11061) of X(67), pole X(187).

It is the locus of point M such that the parallels at M to AX(67), BX(67), CX(67) meet the corresponding sidelines of ABC in three points forming a triangle perspective to ABC.

This cubic is remarkable in the sense that the locus of the perspector is the DROUSSENT cubic.

See also Walsmith triangle at K1091.