the area of a v-kite is 1/2d1xd2
The area of a quadrilateral kite is 0.5 times the product of its diagonals.
The area of a kite is diaginal 1 x diaginal 2 then you divide by 2
Weight and area exposed to the wind are key factors in kite design. The greater the effective area facing the wind and the lighter the kite, the less wind you need to get the kite off the ground.
Area of a kite in square units = 0.5 times the product of its diagonals
product of diagonals/2
The formula for the area of a kite is 1/2 * d1 * d2. d1 is the first diagonal, and d2 is the second diagonal.
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People fly kites with shards of glass on the string and try to cut the other one.
A kite is a 4 sided quadrilateral with a flat faced surface area
The area of a v kite is 1/2 diagonal 1 times diagonal 2 :) hope this helps :D
The angle of attack is the angle that the kite flys into the air at. The angle depends on the wind seeded in the area you are flying the kite in.
For a regular diamond shaped kite, the area would be one half the product of the length of the two sticks. So if it was 20 inches and 30 inches the area would be 300 inches square.
A Hexagonal Kite can be deduced to a rectangle of an area equal to 0.75 Kite diagonals * sqrt (3/4) Kite diagonals = 400 square meters. Therefore, diagonal = sqrt ( 400 / ( 3/4 * sqrt(3/4) ) ) meters =~ 24.816 meters
d1*d2divided by 2
because they are the same shape
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find the area of the cross section then multiply by the other dimension (length, height, whatever you are calling it) Area of a parallelogram is base x height, area of a kite might need to be broken into triangles then added together.
They make right angles.