What is the orthocenter of the triangle with two altitudes given by the lines x=-1 and y=x+1

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What is the orthocenter of the triangle with two altitudes given by the lines x=-1 and y=x+1

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2022-09-23T00:27:57+00:00 2 Answers 0

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  1. Mackenzie
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    2022-09-23T00:29:01+00:00

    Hello there.

    What is the or thocenter of the triangle with two altitudes given by the lines x=-1 and y=x+1

    (-1,0)

  2. Jasmine
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    2022-09-23T00:29:53+00:00

    The answer to the problem is as follows:

    The orthocenter is where the altitudes of a triangle are concurrent (where they intersect each other). On your graph, that would be (-1,0)

    I hope my answer has come to your help. God bless and have a nice day ahead!

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