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i know the formulae but i dont know how to do this

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WHAT IS THE FORMULA
formulae is |dw:1327367001792:dw|
i believe its 6cm
you want to find the area of the kite you have drawn - correct?
yeah
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Area = \(\frac{1}{2}*6*3=9\)
so you do know the area for a triangle right?
oh nvm asnaseer gots it
no not a triangle a kite
Area of kite = half * diagonal1 * diagonal2
you have two triangles though
yeah
kite is made up of at least two triangles
i was going to find the area of both triangles and add them up which would have been cool but you can use anseer formula
asnaseer*
okay so its the answer
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thanx
Area of triangle ABC=\(0.5*b*\frac{h}{2}\) Area of triangle ACD=\(0.5*b*\frac{h}{2}\) therefore: Area of kite = \(b*\frac{h}{2}\)
thats where the formula for a kite comes from.

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