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Altitude of a Triangle : Solved Examples

Properties Types / Classification Perimeter of Equilateral Triangle Median of Triangle Interior of a Triangle
Exterior of a Triangle Altitude of a Triangle Interior Angles of Triangle Exterior Angles of Triangle Interior Opposite Angles of Triangle
Adjacent Interior Angle of Triangle Congruent Triangles Area of Triangle Area of Triangle by Heron's Formula Construction of Triangle (compass)



Can you think of a triangle whose two sides are also its altitudes ? Explain with diagram.
Right Angled Triangle is such a triangle whose two sides are also its altitudes.

In the following Right Angled Triangle PQR:




Sides PQ and RQ are also its altitudes.

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