Theorema Pascalium[1] describit hexagrammum mysticum et agit de quadam proprietate peculiare quam hexagrammata vel potius hexagona habent si in circulo sectionis conicae quoddam inscripta sunt. Theorema ex Blasio Pascale appellatur.

Hexagrammum mysticum inscriptum est circulo. Lineae trium laterum hexagoni prolongatae in imagine rubro colore inscriptae tres intersectiones M, N, et P faciunt quae omnes in una linea iacent.


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  1. G O T T F R I E D W I L H E L M L E I B N I Z SÄMTLICHE SCHRIFTEN UND BRIEFE HERAUSGEGEBEN VON DER BERLIN-BRANDENBURGISCHEN AKADEMIE DER WISSENSCHAFTEN UND DER AKADEMIE DER WISSENSCHAFTEN IN GÖTTINGEN SIEBENTE REIHE MATHEMATISCHE SCHRIFTEN VIERTER BAND 2008 (Germanice, Latine) Hic nomen "theorema Pascalium" invenitur sed alium theorema esse videtur.

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