An orthocenter on an obtuse triangle actually lies outside of the triangle. In an acute triangle, the orthocenter lies within the triangle.
The orthocenter of a triangle is found at the intersection of the three altitudes of the triangle. Obtuse triangles contain altitudes which are found outside of the triangle, meaning their orthocenter must be outside of the triangle as well.
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You find the orthocenter by constructing the altitudes from the vertices in a triangle. If the triangle is obtuse, the orthocenter will fall outside the triangle. If the triangle is acute, the orthocenter will fall on the inside of the triangle. If the triangle is a right triangle, the orthocenter will lie on a vertix.
On an obtuse triangle the orthocenter is located on the outside of the triangle and the orthocenter of the right triangle is located at the vertex of the triangle ...
The orthocenter is the point where the altitudes of a triangle intersect. An orthocenter lies outside of a triangle only when the triangle is obtuse. If a triangle is acute, the orthocenter lies inside of the triangle.
An obtuse angled triangle.
Hi,The orthocenter in an obtuse triangle is outside. To make this happen the altitude lines have to be extended so they cross.Hope this answers your question!
When you have and obtuse triangle and you are trying to find the Orthocenter
In a obtuse triangle, the point of concurrency, where multiple lines meet, of the altitudes, called the orthocenter, is outside the triangle. In a right angle, the orthocenter lies on the vertex (corner) of the right angle. In an acute angle, the orthocenter lies inside the triangle.
True for an obtuse triangle!
Inside: acute angled triangleOn: right angled triangle Outside: obtuse angled triangle.
Obtuse triangle! To make this happen the altitude lines have to be extended so they cross.Hope this helps!
A Triangle's OrthocenterNo, it can be outside the triangle.
A triangle with angles 103 degree, 20 degree, and 57 degree is called
Construct a scalene triangle and then from each of its vertices draw a straight line that is perpendicular to its opposite side and where these 3 straight lines intersect it is the orthocenter of the triangle. The position of the orthocenter can vary depending on what type of triangle it.
The orthocenter may fall outside of a triangle. The orthocenter usually lies within the inside the triangle. However this is only the case if the triangle is acute.
An equilateral triangle perhaps depending on your meaning of 'ON the triangle'
When the triangle is right, the orthocenter is the polygon vertex of the right angle. Intuitively this makes sense because the orthocenter is where the altitudes intersect. Hence, in a right triangle, the vertex of the right angle is where you would expect the altitudes to meet, at 90 degrees, where the legs of the right triangle are perpendicular.
a right triangle
Orthocenter of a triangle
The orthocenter of a triangle is the point where the three altitudes of the triangle intersect. An altitude extends from a vertex (i.e. corner of the triangle) to the side opposite of it, and is perpendicular either to the side of the triangle, or to its extension. The three altitudes of a triangle are always concurrent (intersect at the same point). This point is known as the orthocenter, and always falls on the Euler Line with the centroid, circumcenter, and the center of the triangle's nine-point circle.
The orthocenter of a triangle may lie outside the triangle because an altitude does not necessarily intersect the sides of the triangle.