Locate the point \(\text{O}\) in a \(\Delta \text{ABC}\) such that for points \(\text{L, M}\) and \(\text{N}\) on sides \(\text{BC, CA}\) and \(\text{AB}\) respectively such that \(\Delta \text{LOC, } \Delta \text{MOA}\) and \(\Delta \text{NOB}\) have the same area and \(\text{LO}||\text{AC}, \text{MO}||\text{AB}\) and \(\text{NO}||\text{BC}\).

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