**The point where the altitudes of a triangle meet is known as the Orthocenter. It lies inside for an acute and outside for an obtuse triangle. Altitudes are nothing but the perpendicular line ( AD, BE and CF ) from one side of the triangle ( either AB or BC or CA ) to the opposite vertex. Vertex is a point where two line segments meet ( A, B and C ). In the below example, o is the Orthocenter.**Orthocenter of Triangle

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**The point where the altitudes of a triangle meet is known as the Orthocenter. It lies inside for an acute and outside for an obtuse triangle. Altitudes are nothing but the perpendicular line ( AD, BE and CF ) from one side of the triangle ( either AB or BC or CA ) to the opposite vertex. Vertex is a point where two line segments meet ( A, B and C ). In the below example, o is the Orthocenter.**Orthocenter of Triangle

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