The area of a triangle = base/2 x height
there isn't one, any 3 sided shape is a triangle, and they add up to 180 degrees :)
The answer depends on what information you do have about the triangle.
Divide the polygon into triangles. Calculate the areas of the triangles and then sum these.
What is the formula to determine the number of triangles in a given square of forty-four triangles?
Yes. Heron's Formula works on all triangles.
no,we can divide the figure into squares,rectangles and triangles
For all triangles: area = 1/2 * base * height
The title of the formula is "Formula for the Area of a Triangle". No discrimination is expressed or implied.
find the formula for that shape, which is made of 2 triangles, so if you find the base and height of each of those triangles, find the area of each and add them together, i think you should get the proper area
There is no standard formula. It is necessary to partition the irregular hexagon into more convenient shapes such as triangles and quadrilaterals, find their areas and sum the results.
A=1/2bh The area of a triangle is 1/2bh. If the base of it is a triangle and all 4 of the triangles aren't the same, then you have to find the area of the base triangle and then the three other triangles (which should all have the same area). If all four of the triangles have the same area, then just find the area of one of the triangles and multiply that by four. A triangular pyramid that has four equal triangles is also called a tetrahedron.
180, the formula to find areas of triangles is 1/2(bh)