If the coordinates of the centroid, orthocenter and circumcentre of a triangle are (0,a) ; (0,b) & (0,c) respectively, what is the area and perimeter of the triangle?

I also faced this same doubt..as far as i think..there can be more than one triangle..with different areas ..but having the same set of circumcentre orthocentre & centroid..am i right?@Pi Han Goh

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I also faced this same doubt..as far as i think..there can be more than one triangle..with different areas ..but having the same set of circumcentre orthocentre & centroid..am i right?@Pi Han Goh

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Instead of asking me questions, why don't you show your work and where you're stuck, so that I can identify where your issue is.

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Pls elaborate@Pi Han Goh

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How are the "centroid, orthocenter and circumcentre" are related to each other?

If we know that already, can we related "b" and "c" to "a" (and vice versa)? Can we actually solve for these values?

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