Hi, I am Emon and I it's been long since I posted last. Today I will try to give you some ideas on how to work with a special type of triangle, known as " Orthic Triangles ". In this post, I will mainly focus on problem-solving, but still, let me first give you some ideas on what exactly it is and what properties does it have... Definition (Orthic Triangle). Let $ABC$ be a triangle and let $D, E, F$ be the foot of the perpendiculars from $A, B, C$ to $BC, CA$ and $AB$, respectively. Then, $\triangle DEF$ is known as the orthic triangle of $\triangle ABC$. Lemma $1$ (Orthic Triangle). If $\triangle DEF$ is the orthic triangle of $\triangle ABC$ with orthocenter $H$, then the following conditions are satisfied : $(i)$ $AEHF$ is a cyclic quadrilateral with circumdiameter $AH$. $(ii)$ $BCEF$ is a cyclic quadrilateral with circumdiameter $BC$. $(iii)$ $H$ is the incenter of $\triangle DEF$. Lemma $2$. $\angle ABE = \angle ADE$ and $\angle ACF=\angle ADF$. (We can prove this w