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**thduong711** I have to complete my homework in 2 days and this problem I found most difficult:

Let ABC be a right triangle with hypotenuse BC. Suppose that M is the midpoint of BC and H is the feet of the perpendicular dropped from A onto BC. A point P, distinct from A, is chosen on the opposite ray of ray AM. Let the line through H perpendicular to AB intersect PB at Q; and let the line through H perpendicular to AC meet PC at R. Prove that A is the orthocenter of triangle PQR.