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X(6), X(66), X(206)

vertices of tangential triangle

K160 is the locus of point P such that there is a pK with pole X(32) having its asymptotes parallel to the cevian lines of P. See also K157. K160 is a member of the class CL009.

For example, with P = X(66), we obtain K161.

K160 is a pK+ with asymptotes concurring at G.

K160 is the isogonal transform of pK(X2, X22).