Thursday, December 1, 2016

Mass Points Geometry

Some of the harder/hardest questions at Mathcounts can be tackled at ease using mass point geometry
so spend some time understanding it.

Mass Point Geometry : This one is easier to understand with questions that have detailed solutions.

2014-15 Mathcounts handbook Mass Point Geometry Stretch
from page 39 to page 40

(Talking about motivation, yes, there are students already almost finish
this year's Mathcounts' handbook harder problems.)

From Wikipedia

From AoPS

Mass Point Geometry by Tom Rike

Another useful notes 

Videos on Mass Point :


Mass Point Geometry Part I 

Mass Point Geometry : Split Masses Part II 

Mass Point Geometry : Part III 

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