Tarry point

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In geometry, the Tarry point T for a triangle ABC is a point of concurrency of the lines through the vertices of the triangle perpendicular to the corresponding sides of the triangle's first Brocard triangle DEF. The Tarry point lies on the other endpoint of the diameter of the circumcircle drawn through the Steiner point.[1] The point is named for Gaston Tarry.[2]

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