Hello! The answer to your question is B, the intersection of the lines drawn to bisect each vertex of the triangle. Hope this helped! Please pick my answer as the Brainliest!
The orthocenter of the triangle will be the intersection of the three altitudes of a triangle. The orthocenter has several vital properties with other parts of a triangle, including the area ,incenter circumcenter and more. Typically, the orthocenter is represented by letter H.
The altitude of a triangle is a line that passes through the vertex of a triangle and it is also perpendicular to the opposite side. The orthocenter of a triangle can lie outside the triangle because an altitude may not necessarily intersect the side.
a. acute triangle