Distance between Orthocenter and Center of Taylor Circle
Given a triangle , let , , be the feet of the perpendiculars to the sides opposite , , . (These perpendiculars are the altitudes, drawn dashed red; they intersect at the orthocenter .) Draw two perpendiculars each from , , to the sides of to get six green points. These six points are concyclic, defining the Taylor circle with Kimberling center .[more]
Let , , be the side lengths of , let be the circumradius of and let be the Brocard angle of .
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