What is ceva’s theorem - Definition and Meaning

Ceva’s Theorem :

The Ceva Theorem states that in a given triangle ABC, in which the points D,E, and F lie on lines BC, CA, and AB respectively, the lines AD, BE and CF are concurrent iff (AF/FB) . (BD/DC) . (CE/EA) = 1.


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