Points A,C and a,c on the black lines can be dragged by the mouse to
new positions, changing the lines through them. The points B and b
can be moved as desired on the lines. The red, yellow and blue lines
form the sides of an inscribed hexagon, with
opposite sides of the hexagon the same color. The cyan
line always passes through the three intersections of opposite sides.
Note that Pappus theorem is self dual.
Press "r" to reset the sketch.