Solution of Problem 46 :lets prove a generalization :

"Given $ \triangle ABC $ and a point $ P $. Let $ \triangle DEF $ be the cevian triangle of $ P $ WRT $ \triangle ABC $ and let $ T $ be the point such that $ TB \parallel DF, $ $ TC \parallel DE$ . Let $M$ be the midpoint of $BC$ . Let $ EF \cap BC = K $,$ AP\cap \odot(ABC) = \{A ,S \}$ , $SM \cap \odot(ABC) = \{J ,S \}$ . Prove that $EF \cap JT \in \odot(JMK)$".

Proof:Let $L \in AK$ such that $LM \|AS$. Let $EF\cap LM=Q.$ Let the line through $C$ parallel to $DE$ meets $LM$ and $EF$ at $T_1$, $R$ respectively . The line through $R$ parallel to $AC$ meets $BC$ and $LM$ at $S$, $N$ respectively .Now the dilation wrt $K$ that takes $D$ to $C$ , takes $C$ to $S$ and $B$ to $M$ .

As, $\dfrac{KC}{KS}=\dfrac{KE}{KR}=\dfrac{KD}{KC}$ and $KB.KC=KD.KM \Rightarrow \dfrac{KB}{KM}=\dfrac{KD}{KC}$ .

So , $-1=(C,B;D,K)=(S,M;C,K)\stackrel{R}{=}(N,M;T_1,Q)$

let us vary $P$ fixing $AS$ .Then when $P$ coincides with $A$ , the points , $Q\equiv L$ and $T_1\equiv\infty$ .So $(M,N;\infty,L)=-1$. So $L$ is the midpoint of $MN$ . Moreover as $N,M,Q$ are symmetric for $B,C$ ,so $T=T_1$

Let $X\in AK$ such that $JX \| AP$. Now , $KD.DM=BD.DC=AD.DS$ .So $AKSM$ is cyclic. As $XJ \| AS$ , so $KMJX$ is also cyclic.

Let $D'$ be the reflection of $D$ wrt $M$ ,$Y$ be the midpoint of $DS$ and $ML \cap \odot(KMJX) = \{M,N' \}$ .

$KM.MD'=BM.MC=SM.MJ$ .So $KSD'J$ is cyclic . As $YM \| SD' \Rightarrow YM$ is tangent to $ \odot(KMJX)$.

So , $(K,J;M,N')\stackrel{M}{=}(D,S;Y,\infty )=-1$

So , $(M,N';\infty,L)\stackrel{X}{=}(M,N';J,K)=-1$ , So $N=N'$

Now , if $KF\cap \odot(KMJX)= \{K,Z \}$ and $JZ \cap ML=T_2$ .Then ,

$(N,M;T_{2},Q)\stackrel{Z}{=}(N,M;J,K)=-1$ , So $T=T_{2}$ and $Z=EF \cap JT \in \odot(JMK)$.

The original problem was created by " Telvcohl " , you can see it here https://artofproblemsolving.com/community/c6h1509479p8953771I have no problem to submit. Anybody feel free to take my turn