# Computational Proof of Pascal’s Hexagon Theorem and Some Applications

An beautiful computational evidence (according to [1]) of Pascal’s six-pointed star axiom accompanying the necessary simple conics belief assertions. From it, the calculation tests that a set of points lies on a conical are derivative, which are therefore used to the proof of individual famous axiom.

**Author(s) Details:**

**Nedeljko Stefanovic,
**Novelic Ltd., Serbia.

**Please see the link here: **https://stm.bookpi.org/RHMCS-V2/article/view/8575

**Keywords: **Pascal’s theorem, computational methods in geometry

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