Let h and k be the lengths of two of the altitudes of triangle ABC, where h doesnot equal k. Determine in terms of h and k, upper and lower bounds for the length of the third altitude of triangle ABC
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Originally Posted by cedricc Let h and k be the lengths of two of the altitudes of triangle ABC, where h doesnot equal k. Determine in terms of h and k, upper and lower bounds for the length of the third altitude of triangle ABC Is that the COMPLETE problem?
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