I'm trying to solve following geometry question, but it is quite challenging.(at least for me!) Thanks for your help in advance.
On plane, there is some triangle ABC. Also, there is a point P satisfying
(1) triangles ABP,BCP and CAP have same area
(2) triangles ABP,BCP and CAP have same perimeter
Q: then, how does ABC look like?
I strongly believe that ABC must be an equilateral triangle or right-angle triangle. but proving this fact seems not so obvious. How can we approach this?
Let me write down my progress until now. we can show that every triangle ABC can have exactly for possible positions for point P satisfying condition (1) (one of them is, of course, center of mass) but problem is condition (2). how can we use same perimeter condition? we know that B,C are on some ellipse with focuses A and P. but does this mean something?