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Topic: Orthocenter....WHY?
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Jon Roberts

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Re: Orthocenter....WHY?
Posted: Dec 20, 1999 12:05 AM
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Hi Adam,

You have asked a very good question, and I look forward to other
peoples' answers. All I have to contribute is that for any triangle, the
centroid always splits the distance between the circumcenter and the
orthocenter into a one-third, two-thirds division.


Jon Roberts

adam wrote:

> What does an Orthocenter do in life problems? Why do we have it?
> Who said it was such importance like the circumcenter and centroid?
> -adam

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