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Q: How do you find the area of triangle using given coordinates?

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(c2) / (2 cot A + cot B) = Area of Triangle ABC

Area = 0.5*base*height Note that the given dimensions would not form a triangle

You do not indicate if the given area is the total area of the square and the triangle. Or whether they are equal values.

The relation between the height of a triangle, its base and its area is given by: Area = 0.5 * Base * Height Therefore, we have: Height = (2 * Area)/ Base.

area of a triangle is given by the formula 1/2 * base *height therefore the area of the following is 1440 unit square

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By using sides we get area of triangle and then using (1/2)heightxbase we get height.

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It depends on what equations are given.

It is possible depending on what type of triangle it is. For instance if it was an equilateral triangle then all sides would be equal and then by means of Pythagoras' theorem you could work out the height of the triangle and using the formula: 1/2*base*height = area

You don't have enough information. But if you have the base and the area, you can solve the equation for the area of the triangle for the height.

Area of any triangle is: 0.5*base*height

The area is calculated easily using the determinant of the matrix of coordinates, or Heron's formula and is 15 square units.

You don't need to find it. From what your question states the area is already given to you.

(c2) / (2 cot A + cot B) = Area of Triangle ABC

If you mean: 2x+3y = 6 then the coordinates are (3, 0) and (0, 2) giving the triangle an area of 3 square units

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