QA-Co2: QA-Orthogonal Hyperbola

Since an Orthogonal Hyperbola (OH) is determined by 4 points there is only one Orthogonal Hyperbola defined by the vertices of a quadrangle.
QA-Co2 is the unique Orthogonal Hyperbola defined by the vertices of the reference quadrangle. Equations:
Equation CT-notation:
(SA x SB y) p q z + (SB y SC z) q r x + (SC z - SA x) p r y = 0
Equation DT-notation:
(b2 r2 - c2 q2) x2 + (c2 p2 - a2 r2) y2   (b2 p2 - a2 q2) z2 = 0

Properties:
• The orthocenters of all QA-Component Triangles lie on this hyperbola.
• QA-P2 (Euler-Poncelet Point) is the center of the QA-Orthogonal Hyperbola.
• The asymptotes of the QA-Orthogonal Hyperbola are parallel to:
the axes of the Nine-point Conic (QA-Co1)
the axes of the Gergonne-Steiner Conic (QA-Co3).
the reflection axes of the QA-Orthopole Transformation (QA-Tf3).
• The incenter and the excenters of the QA-Diagonal Triangle (QA-Tr1) lie on QA-Co2. This property can be found in Ref-28, page 100, theorem 4.2. This property can be found at Ref-36 page 347, as well as at Ref-28, page 100, theorem 4.2.  See also Ref-11, Hyacinthos message # 21130 of Floor van Lamoen.
• The QA-Diagonal Triangle (QA-Tr1) is self-polar wrt QA-Co2.
• QA-P11.QA-P41 intersects QA-Co2 on QA-Cu1. See Ref-34, Eckart Schmidt, QFG-message #1666.
• The vertices of the anticevian triangle (wrt QA-Tr1) of any point of QA-Co2 also will be resident on QA-Co1. See Ref-34, Eckart Schmidt, QFG-message #1666.
• Let P be on QA-Co2 and X, Y its reflections in PiPj and PkPl, then the circumcircles of XPiPj and YPkPl intersect in the reflection of P in QA-P2. See Ref-34, Eckart Schmidt, QFG-message #1666.

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