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X(1), X(3)

anti-points, see Table 77

See Q125 for general explanations where Q134 is Q(X517). See the analogous Q132 = Q(X30), Q133 = Q(X952).

The radial center is X(140). Q134 is bitangent at X(1), X(3) to the line X(1)X(3).

Q134 has the remarkable property of meeting the circumcircle at A, B, C and five other points which are the vertices of a regular pentagon.