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well change it into another quadrilateral and then take away the area of the lines you added

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Q: How do you find the area of a quadrilateral which has sides of different length?
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How do you find the area of irregular quadrilateral when sides are given give with example?

You cannot. A square can be distorted into a rhombus without changing the lengths of any of the sides, but with a different area. Similarly, the shape of any quadrilateral can be altered without affecting the length of its sides but changing its area.


What is the formula for area of quadrilateral when 4 sides of it are given?

With four sides given a quadrilateral is not clear defined. Infinite are possible. You need the length of one diagonal in addition to figure out the area.


What is the area of quadrilateral with 4 unequal sides?

You need to know the lengths of the sides and at least one angle or the length of a diagonal.


If you multiply the length and side of a quadrilateral, you will have what?

The area of the quadrilateral.


What is the area of a figure that has 6ft 10ft 5ft 3ft?

It is not possible to determine the area of a quadrilateral given only the length of its four sides.


What will you have if you multiply the length and side of a quadrilateral?

What do you mean by "length" as different from "side"? The multiplication will result in a number, that's it! Without knowing the angles and or the lengths of the other sides you have insufficient information to make any conclusions as to what that number represents. But if it is a right angled quadrilateral (a rectangle) you get the area.


How do you find the area of a 4 side shape with all different liths?

Assuming "liths" is an unusual way of spelling lengths, you cannot because a quadrilateral is not a rigid shape. It can be deformed into a quadrilateral with the same sides but a different area. This can be illustrated by thinking of a square deforming into a rhombus. Same sides but different area.


What is the width of a quadrilateral if you know the area and the length?

Area divided by length= width


Area of quadrilateral?

To find the area of a quadrilateral, multiply the length and width of the figure. The product will give you the area of the figure.


How do you find the area of 8 6 10 3?

If those are sides of a quadrilateral, you can't calculate the area - there is insufficient information. The same sides can be connected at different angles, resulting in different areas.


If you multiply the length and side of a quadrilateral you will have what?

Area


How do you calculate the area of something?

You times (x) the length by the width on a quadrilateral. Other shapes are a bit different.

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