An isoptic of a strictly convex -curve in the plane is the locus of all points from which isseen under the same fixed angle. The two supporting lines of through such a point determine a secant of , and the envelope of all these secants isthe inner isoptic of and . We describe an integral formula for inner isoptics in terms of quantities that naturally occur in this geometric configuration.
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Horst Martini, Witold Mozgawa, An Integral Formula Related to Inner Isoptics. Rend. Sem. Mat. Univ. Padova 125 (2011), pp. 39–49DOI 10.4171/RSMUP/125-3