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Hi guys please have a look to my power point presentation of Heron's formula ...

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  1. mathslover Group Title
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    here it is

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    i trust on you all so please :

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  3. mathslover Group Title
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    macro commands? it includes some images no commands

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    @mathslover i can't open this file becoz it's gonna saving & this will make me lost my MB's & my bro has specially said nt to save any file :(

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    it is of 2 MB dude

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    lol

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    Hey what is this? @mathslover there is some file saving? xDD

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    @uri and to all students viewing this: it is just of 2 MB and i have made this .. please have a look to that

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    Okaay :)

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    he's saving the very bit he has left.

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    It will take 20 minutes for me to download this.. So I am waiting for it to be downloaded..

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  12. mathslover Group Title
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    hmn it seems that your net is too slow no problem @waterineyes please see it ..

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    It took 20 sec to download for me.

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    Quite appreciative work, @mathslover .Are u a teacher? You proof read it for typos?coz i found one....

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    you can use .docx or .doc so the file is smaller, mathslover

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    Yeah I am using Internet Stick..

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  17. mathslover Group Title
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    May be that there are some typos if there are then sorry

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    2 minutes remaining.. Net is not too slow I think..

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    40 seconds remaining..

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  20. panlac01 Group Title
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    took me literally a split sec to dl it

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  21. jiteshmeghwal9 Group Title
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    well i downloaded it @ the end too good :) @mathslover :)

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  22. mathslover Group Title
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    thanks a lot @jiteshmeghwal9 any suggestions? @panlac01 how was it?

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  23. panlac01 Group Title
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    I skimmed through it. and it looks a lot better than most of the documents I've seen.

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  24. mathslover Group Title
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    thanks panlac01

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  25. waterineyes Group Title
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    It looks good to me..

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  26. mathslover Group Title
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    thanks @waterineyes @mukushla

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  27. uri Group Title
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    Oh! i got it @mathslover :D

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  28. waterineyes Group Title
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    But there is mistake also. Hope you will correct that..

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  29. mathslover Group Title
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    yes .. please tell

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  30. waterineyes Group Title
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    Example 2 has all the units in meters.. but you have found area in cm^2.. Be careful.. 84 m^2 will come there..

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    oh yes units matters a lot ... i will correct it now thanks a lot waterineyes

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    Welcome dear..

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    wooh not a big diff. but yes thanks

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    vry nice @mathslover

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    thanks @AravindG

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    one doubt:which is more general "heron's formulka" or 1/2bh?

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    Of course, 1/2 b h.

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    so both formula can be used for any triangle??

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    But if you know what height and base are ..

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  40. ParthKohli Group Title
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    Yes, but I do prefer using Heron's if you know the side lengths.

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    without knowing the height

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  42. ParthKohli Group Title
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    Finding the base and height is tedious in some cases, so...

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  43. AravindG Group Title
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    i seee

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  44. waterineyes Group Title
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    It depends upon conditions.. if you are given with height and base then 1/2 bh If you are given with sides lengths then Heron's Formula..

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  45. ParthKohli Group Title
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    Yep, that is what I mentioned.

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  46. mathslover Group Title
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    well waterineyes is right it depends on condition

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  47. waterineyes Group Title
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    I am just mentioning what you mentioned.. Ha ha ha.. Afterall you are faster than me..

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  48. mathslover Group Title
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    For a perfect tutorial you may go here:http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/50040ea5e4b0fb991133649e

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  49. uri Group Title
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    @ParthKohli why don't you do something like that? :P

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  50. waterineyes Group Title
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    Yeah You once gave the tutorial I remembered @mathslover

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    @vishweshshrimali5

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  52. mathslover Group Title
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    Hey guys i want to mention one thing : there are 2-3 errors in the ppt, please neglect them .. I will post the correct ppt later. .. sorry for that

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    I was complimenting mathslover how her demonstration came close to still images. must've been tedious drawing all those Salman Khan has a good video demo on this one also. http://www.khanacademy.org/math/geometry/triangles/v/part-1-of-proof-of-heron-s-formula but this has the most work - http://jwilson.coe.uga.edu/EMT668/EMAT6680.2000/Umberger/MATH7200/HeronFormulaProject/finalproject.html#anchor1209606

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    *his @panlac01 i am male

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    Her? :P

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    my badness HIS!

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    Lol don't expect much @panlac01

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    Very nice work @mathslover I appreciate your efforts........

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    next I am going to call everyone an IT...

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  60. mathslover Group Title
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    :D .. thanks @vishweshshrimali5

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  61. vishweshshrimali5 Group Title
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    the best way

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  62. jiteshmeghwal9 Group Title
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    i have a doubt @mathslover is this formula for every type of triangles ?

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  63. mathslover Group Title
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    yes

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  64. jiteshmeghwal9 Group Title
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    then why there are other formulas to find the areas of equilateral triangles etc. ?

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  65. mathslover Group Title
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    they are to make the process easy : see the ppt again i had proved the formula for finding the area of an equi. triangle by using heron's formula

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    k!

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  67. jiteshmeghwal9 Group Title
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    yes! thanx for clearing my doubt :)

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    your welcome

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    @apoorvk

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    great job @mathslover! i wonder how much time u invested in making that! there were just some minor typing errors, but all-in-all, it was a great effort. and wow...that was one BIG formula to find the area of quadrilateral using Heron's! :D

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    \[\huge \text{Nice}\]

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  72. mathslover Group Title
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    :D thanks @Vaidehi09 well it is hobby to make such ppts for the welfare of students :) thanks @mukushla @TuringTest @mattfeury

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    aka Hero's formula (I read that somewhere)

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    good job

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    thanks a lot @sauravshakya

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    Really good. =D

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    Gud work. @mathslover

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    thanks @navpreet and @ajprincess

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