5 replaced http://stackoverflow.com/ with https://stackoverflow.com/
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If the OP have resolved the problem, they could answer it themselves.

Of course, for this question I prefer Jorge to answer it. The actual answer doesn't need to be too detailed. Just the name "Butterfly theorem", the key geometrical theorems used there, and the link should be enough. (Something like this answerthis answer on SO; see this discussion on meta for detail about links.)

If the OP have resolved the problem, they could answer it themselves.

Of course, for this question I prefer Jorge to answer it. The actual answer doesn't need to be too detailed. Just the name "Butterfly theorem", the key geometrical theorems used there, and the link should be enough. (Something like this answer on SO; see this discussion on meta for detail about links.)

If the OP have resolved the problem, they could answer it themselves.

Of course, for this question I prefer Jorge to answer it. The actual answer doesn't need to be too detailed. Just the name "Butterfly theorem", the key geometrical theorems used there, and the link should be enough. (Something like this answer on SO; see this discussion on meta for detail about links.)

4 replaced http://meta.stackexchange.com/ with https://meta.stackexchange.com/
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If the OP have resolved the problem, they could answer it themselves.

Of course, for this question I prefer Jorge to answer it. The actual answer doesn't need to be too detailed. Just the name "Butterfly theorem", the key geometrical theorems used there, and the link should be enough. (Something like this answer on SO; see this discussionthis discussion on meta for detail about links.)

If the OP have resolved the problem, they could answer it themselves.

Of course, for this question I prefer Jorge to answer it. The actual answer doesn't need to be too detailed. Just the name "Butterfly theorem", the key geometrical theorems used there, and the link should be enough. (Something like this answer on SO; see this discussion on meta for detail about links.)

If the OP have resolved the problem, they could answer it themselves.

Of course, for this question I prefer Jorge to answer it. The actual answer doesn't need to be too detailed. Just the name "Butterfly theorem", the key geometrical theorems used there, and the link should be enough. (Something like this answer on SO; see this discussion on meta for detail about links.)

3 Fixup of bad MSO links to MSE links migration
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If the OP have resolved the problem, they could answer it themselves.

Of course, for this question I prefer Jorge to answer it. The actual answer doesn't need to be too detailed. Just the name "Butterfly theorem", the key geometrical theorems used there, and the link should be enough. (Something like this answer on SO; see this discussion on meta for detail about links.)

If the OP have resolved the problem, they could answer it themselves.

Of course, for this question I prefer Jorge to answer it. The actual answer doesn't need to be too detailed. Just the name "Butterfly theorem", the key geometrical theorems used there, and the link should be enough. (Something like this answer on SO; see this discussion on meta for detail about links.)

If the OP have resolved the problem, they could answer it themselves.

Of course, for this question I prefer Jorge to answer it. The actual answer doesn't need to be too detailed. Just the name "Butterfly theorem", the key geometrical theorems used there, and the link should be enough. (Something like this answer on SO; see this discussion on meta for detail about links.)

2 Migration of MSO links to MSE links
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