Q: Whats the formula for a triangle?

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Area in square units = 0.5*base*height

The hypotenuse

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The formula which defines a triangle is: Number of vertices = 3.

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

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Area in square units = 0.5*base*height

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Triangle

The hypotenuse

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Could it be possible the devils triangle be haunted? - what other reasons can there be as no one can work out whats happening out there.

The title of the formula is "Formula for the Area of a Triangle". No discrimination is expressed or implied.

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The formula which defines a triangle is: Number of vertices = 3.

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