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... Given a triangle ABC and its three Malfatti circles, let D, E, and F be the points where two of the circles touch each other, opposite vertices A, B, and C respectively ... in a single triangle center known as the first Ajima–Malfatti point after the contributions of Ajima and Malfatti to the circle problem ... The second Ajima–Malfatti point is the meeting point of three lines connecting the tangencies of the Malfatti circles with the centers of the excircles of the triangle ...
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