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What is the formula of finding the area of triangle in terms of its three sides?
Area of triangle =
The ‘s’ in the Heron’s formula is
The ‘s’ in the Heron’s formula is semi perimeter of the triangle.
The ‘s’ in the Heron’s formula is calculated by the formula
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The two sides of a triangle are 19cm and 15cm. If the perimeter of the triangle is 44cm, find the area of the triangle.
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A rhombus shaped floor has white tiles which needs to be painted red. The each side of the rhombus is 30m and its longer diagonal is 48m. If the cost of painting is 10Rs per 8m², find the total cost of painting.
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The adjacent sides of a parallelogram PQRS measures 34cm and 20cm. Find the area of parallelogram if PR=42cm.
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Find the area of the quadrilateral PQSR shown in the figure.
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24 cows are to graze a rhombus field of side 30m and longer diagonal 48m. How much area will each cow be grazing?
*** QuickLaTeX cannot compile formula: \begin{equation*}\begin{split} s&=\dfrac{30+30+48}{2} \\ s&=54 \\ Area of field &=2\sqrt{54(5430)(5430)(5448)} \\ Area of field &= 864m^{2} \\ Area of field each cow will graze &=\dfrac{864}{24) \\ &=36m^{2} \end{split}\end{equation*} *** Error message: File ended while scanning use of \split. Emergency stop.