You add the lengths of all four sides.
because they are the same shape
The formula for the area of a kite is 1/2 * d1 * d2. d1 is the first diagonal, and d2 is the second diagonal.
There is no formula: you measure the length of all of the sides. If the kite is bilaterally symmetric, add the lengths along the right or left side and multiply by two, because for side lengths A and B, its perimeter is 2A+2B.
Multiply the two 'diagonals' and divide by 2. See related link.
There is none because it's a 2 dimensional shape but its area is half the product of its digonals
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The plural of kite is kites.
It can be a kite.