How to find the altitude of a triangle?

You see, any side can be a base. From any one vertex, you can draw a line that is perpendicular to the opposite base — that's the altitude to this base. Any triangle has three altitudes and three bases. You can use any one altitude-base pair to find the area of the triangle, via the formula A = (1/2)bh
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