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 Two altitudes of a scalene triangle 2012-08-13 From grace:Two of the altitudes of a scalene triangle ABC have length 4 and 12. If the length of the third altitude is also an integer, what is the biggest that it can be? Justify all of your conclusions.Answered by Chris Fisher. Constructing a triangle 2004-08-08 From KV:HOW TO CONSTRUCT A TRIANGLE ABC, WHEN ITS ALTITUDES AD,BE,CF ARE GIVENAnswered by Chris Fisher. Collinear Points 2003-01-13 From Gary:Which of the 4 points are collinear when you construct the following concurrent lines or rays of a triangle? P(1), the point where the angle bisectors intersect. P(2), the point where the altitudes (or extensions) intersect (inside or outside of the triangle). P(3), the point where the medians intersect. P(4), the point where the perpendicular bisectors (or extensions) of the three sides of a triangle intersect. This is for my 9-12 high school class in geometry. My name is Gary Thanks for your help. GaryAnswered by Harley Weston and Chris Fisher. Concurrent Lines in a Triangle 1998-08-10 From Chris Woolf:The question is Name four types of concurrent lines, rays, or segments that are associated with triangles.Answered by Chris Fisher.

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