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The Feuerbach Point of a triangle ABC is the one point where two much-studied circles meet. One circle is the incircle of ABC, which lies inside the triangle and is tangent to all three sides. The other circle passes through the midpoints of the sides of ABC and is known as the nine-point circle.

For more, see GEOMETRY IN ACTION, Chapter 7.