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Area of a Triangle

Rule

Area of a Triangle

The area of a triangle is calculated by taking half the product of the base, and the height The triangle's base can be any of the sides. The height, or altitude, of the triangle is drawn perpendicular to the base intersecting the vertex opposite the base.