# Conics Through the Traces of Two Points

- Author:
- Steve Phelps

- Topic:
- Geometry

Given two points P and Q, it is possible to construct a unique conic through the traces of these
two points in the sides of ABC. This conic is designated C(P,Q).
The simplest example is the nine-point circle, which is C(H,G). Drag points P and Q around to find other conics
that pass through all six traces.