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Setsuna-Yuregeshi

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What is the altitude of a triangle?

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  1. anonymous
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    The perpendicular drawn from any of its vertices to opposite side...

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  3. Setsuna-Yuregeshi
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    @waterineyes

  5. anonymous
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    if BD is perpendicular to OC then it is also an altitude

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    @surjithayer Is it a perpendicular to OC? What's a perpendicular again?

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  8. Setsuna-Yuregeshi
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    Ok, thanks!!!

  9. anonymous
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    Perpendiculars and altitudes are one and same thing, the line that falls on some other length making the angle of its fall of 90 degrees with respect to other line is called Altitude or Perpendicular...

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