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1/2 x b x h

Ex. if you have a triangle with a base of 4 and a height of 3 you would put 0.5 x 4 x 3

and your answer would be squared.

Answered by: Trenton Estes

Time answered: 10:46 AM 3/1/2010

Q: Formula for area of triangle

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the formula for the area of a triangle is: base times height divided by two.

The area of any triangle is1/2 of (the length of the triangle's base) times (the triangle's height).

A=bxh

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The area of any triangle is1/2 of (the length of the triangle's base) times (the triangle's height).

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

The area of a triangle can be calculated with one main formula. That is, A=(b*h)/2, where A is the area of the triangle, b is the base of the triangle, and h is the height of the triangle.

A=bxh