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The polar line of a point $P$ is the line that passes through the inverse $P'$ and is perpendicular to $OPP'$. $P$ is called the pole of such line

If $P$ lies outside the inversion circle $\Gamma$, then the polar of $P$ intersects $\Gamma$ in the tangency points of the two tangents to $\Gamma$ thrown from $P$