Forum Geometricorum, 9 (2009) 301--348.

Abstract. This paper is a survey of results on reflections in triangle geometry. We work with homogeneous barycentric coordinates with reference to a given triangle ABC and establish various concurrency and perspectivity results related to triangles formed by reflections, in particular the reflection triangle P^(a)P^(b)P^(c) of a point P in the sidelines of ABC, and the triangle of reflections A^(a)B^(b)C^(c) of the vertices of ABC in their respective opposite sides. We also consider triads of concurrent circles related to these reflections. In this process, we obtain a number of interesting triangle centers with relatively simple coordinates. While most of these triangle centers have been catalogued in Kimberling's

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