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Altitudes and Incircles
Let ABC be an acute triangle with altitudes AA', BB', and CC'. The sum of the altitudes is equal to the sum of the semiperimeter
and the radii
of the six incircles of the triangles XYZ formed by the altitudes and the sides:
.
Contributed by:
Jay Warendorff
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