In point 2 “centroid always lie inside the circle” .I assume you mean inside the circle.
Correct me if am wrong.
I meant inside the triangle.
Yes, inside the triangle 🙂 Sorry!
Sir I don’t know if its right to put across my problem here. But i think that it is application of
euler line and i’ve been looking for the solution for quite some time…
If altitude PS meets the circumcircle of ∆PQR at T, and H is the orthocentre, then what is the length of the line segment HT? (Given ST = 3 cm) , also PSQ =RUQ= 90 degree
a. 4.5 cm b. 5 cm c. 6 cm d. 4 cm
I wont be able to put the figure here. Please help me on this one. Thank you!
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