whats an orthocenter of a triangle?

- anonymous

whats an orthocenter of a triangle?

- schrodinger

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- Schrodinger

It's the point at which the three altitudes of a triangle intersect. Altitudes are lines which intersect with both the vertex of a triangle and the middle of the side of the triangle opposite to that vertex, as shown in this diagram:|dw:1331594454196:dw|

- Schrodinger

So, the orthocenter would appear as so in an equilateral triangle:|dw:1331594531392:dw|

- AccessDenied

not quite sure i agree with the definition of altitude you provided... The altitude is a line drawn from one vertex of the triangle to the line containing the opposite side that is perpendicular to the line i.e.
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