you have an isosceles triangle whose angle is x and the two equal sides are s. show that the area of the triangle is given by A=1/2 s^2 sinx. I got 1/2 s sinx but i cant get s^2 can someone help? i greatly appreciate it.
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Originally Posted by soldatik21 you have an isosceles triangle whose angle is x and the two equal sides are s. show that the area of the triangle is given by A=1/2 s^2 sinx. I got 1/2 s sinx but i cant get s^2 can someone help? i greatly appreciate it. Suppose sides of triangle as A,B&C Side Area As Hence, Area
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