# Windmill

Source: IMO 2011, C3

##### The Problem

Let \mathcal{S} be a finite set of at least two points in the plane. Assume that no three points of \mathcal{S} are collinear. By a windmill we mean a process as follows. Start with a line \ell going through a point P \in \mathcal{S}. Rotate \ell clockwise around the pivot P until the line contains another point Q of \mathcal{S}. The point Q now takes over as the new pivot. This process continues indefinitely, with the pivot always being a point from \mathcal{S}.

Show that for a suitable P \in \mathcal{S} and a suitable starting line \ell containing P, the resulting windmill will visit each point of \mathcal{S} as a pivot infinitely often.

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