anonymous
  • anonymous
Discuss the different ways to find the area of a triangle and what parts of the triangle are needed to use the specific formulas you state. Do any of the formulas work under all circumstances? Are there other ways of finding area? What are those methods?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
PLEASE HELP
anonymous
  • anonymous
1) Height * base/2, works in any triangle, requires you know the height and base (duh). 2) Product of catheti, works only in right angled triangles, requires knowing either both catheti or one cathetus and an angle. 3) Side*side*sinus(angle between the sides), works in any triangle, requires knowing the sides and the angle between them 4) Heron's formula, works in any triangle, requires knowing each side All I can think of for now.

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