Q: What is that area formula for a kite?

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because they are the same shape

Multiply the two 'diagonals' and divide by 2. See related link.

The answer is half the product of the length of its diagonals... 1/2(d1*d2) it can also be 1/2 times x times y

According to my maths teacher its: length x vertical height ------------------------------- 2 Hope I helped :)

Area of a kite in square units = 0.5 times the product of its diagonals

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The formula for the area of a kite is 1/2 * d1 * d2. d1 is the first diagonal, and d2 is the second diagonal.

because they are the same shape

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

The answer is half the product of the length of its diagonals... 1/2(d1*d2) it can also be 1/2 times x times y

the area of a v-kite is 1/2d1xd2

The area of a quadrilateral kite is 0.5 times the product of its diagonals.

Area of a kite in square units = 0.5 times the product of its diagonals

According to my maths teacher its: length x vertical height ------------------------------- 2 Hope I helped :)

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.