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X(1), X(2), X(6), X(43), X(87), X(194), X(3224) excenters Ka, Kb, Kc : vertices of the cevian triangle of K foci of the Kellipse (inellipse with center K when the triangle ABC is acute angle) G1, G2, G3 : vertices of the Grebe triangle (see below) projections of G on the sidelines of the Grebe triangle, these points on the bicevian conic C(G, K). imaginary foci of the Brocard ellipse i.e. common points of the Brocard axis and the Kiepert hyperbola 

The Grebe cubic is pK(X6, X6) i.e. the isogonal pK with pivot K = X(6), the Lemoine point. See also Z+(L)60. It is anharmonically equivalent to the McCay cubic K003. Locus properties :
K102 meets the Steiner ellipse again at three points and the tangents at these points are concurrent at X = X(14897). The three points G1, G2, G3 (other than A, B, C) where K102 meets the circumcircle of ABC are the vertices of a triangle we call the Grebe triangle. These points are the centers of the three isogonal central circular nK0. See isogonal nK0. 



The Grebe triangle G1G2G3 is acutangle in every reference triangle ABC. 1. These three points G1, G2, G3 lie on the circumcircle and on several remarkable rectangular hyperbolas passing through :
Note that all these hyperbolas contain X(6) since it is the orthocenter of G1G2G3 and that the Euler line of G1G2G3 is actually the Brocard axis of ABC. 2. The inconic with center X(3589) and perspector X(83) is also inscribed in G1G2G3. See the related cubic K644. Note that this inconic and the bicevian conic C(G, K) mentioned above are concentric. 3. G1, G2, G3 lie on several listed cubics such as K177, K281, K642, K643, K644, K729, K731 and also the isogonal transform of K527 which is spK(X1352, X5). More generally, the isogonal transform of any spK(K, Q) of CL055 contains G1, G2, G3 and X(6). This latter cubic is a pK if and only if the complement of Q lies on the central cubic K140 in which case its pole, pivot, isopivot lie on pK(X251 x X32, X251), K644, K177 respectively. Examples of such pKs : pK(X251 x X3, X251), pK(X1176 x X25, X1176), pK(X25, X8743), pK(X206 x X4, X4). See also Table 57. *** The following table shows several centers of the Grebe Triangle and their counterparts in ABC (Chris van Tienhoven, Peter Moses). Note that X(3) in yellow remains unchanged. 




