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Q: How do you find the area of a triangle by Heron's formula?

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Answer the answer is Herons formula:Area=sqrt(sin(sin-a)+(sin-b)+(sin-c) where a ,b, c are the measurement of the sides.just input the measurement of the sides in the formula and you will have your answer.here you can calculate the area of a triangle with out height.

The area of a triangle = base/2 x height

They are many ways to find the formula of a triangle. Base times height divided by 2

Use Heron's Formula

to find the area of any triangle follow the formula: 1/2(b*h) "B" - stands for the base of the triangle "H" - stands for the height of the triangle

In order to find the area of a triangle, you need to multiply the base of the triangle with the height of the triangle and then halve your final answer.The formula is (Base x Height) / 2Using that, the area of a triangle can be found.Hope that helps.Jamz159

area= bash X height / by 2

K, well there is no surface area of a triangle, because a triangle is a 2s figure. Surface area is for a 3d figure. To find the regular area of a triangle the formula is 1/2 of the base X the height :) gl :P

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well there is no surface area of a triangle, because a triangle is a 2s figure. Surface area is for a 3d figure. To find the regular area of a triangle the formula is 1/2 of the base X the height :) gl :P

Heron created a formula to find the area of any triangle given three side lengths. It is known as Heron's Formula.

Depending on the type of triangle, the main formula to find the area is base x height x 1/2

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