How to find the AREA of this Triangle. Please help! Tomorrow is my Math Final Examination.
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You can find the area of the 8, 10, 12 triangle using Heron's Formula, but there is not enough information to find the area of the other small triangle.
Originally Posted by ProMathematics How to find the AREA of this Triangle. Please help! Tomorrow is my Math Final Examination. 8^2 + 11^2 IS NOT 12^2 who knows, maybe Pythagoras's theorem is WRONG....
Originally Posted by Also sprach Zarathustra 8^2 + 11^2 IS NOT 12^2 who knows, maybe Pythagoras's theorem is WRONG.... Or maybe the triangle is not a right-angle triangle...
Originally Posted by Prove It Or maybe the triangle is not a right-angle triangle... Yet it clearly shows the right angle symbol. All I can think of for the second triangle is that the line of length 8 bisects the larger triangle
Or the 12cm side is a red herring and the "entire" other side length is 11cm.
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