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Intuition for why the **area of a triangle** is one half of base times height.

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Understand why the formula for the **area of a triangle** is one half base times
height, which is half of the area of a parallelogram.

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you could fo like this : the height of a **triangle** = the **area** of the **triangle** is divided
by the base of the **triangle** . that's it , hope that you got it :))). 1 Vote. • Comment ...

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**Area of a Triangle** tutorial. Pictures, examples and many practice problems on
how to find the **area of a triangle** from its base and its height.

www.mathgoodies.com/lessons/vol1/area_triangle

The **area** of a polygon is the number of square units inside that polygon. **Area** is 2
-dimensional like a carpet or an **area** rug. A **triangle** is a three-sided polygon.

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The conventional method of calculating the **area of a triangle** (half base times
altitude) with pointers to other methods and special formula for equilateral ...

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Knowing Base and Height. **triangle** b h. When we know the base and height it is
easy. It is simply half of b times h. **Area** = 12bh. (The **Triangles** page explains ...

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Then just take those values and plug them into the formula for the **area of a**
**triangle** ... area; triangle; base; height; solve for area; formula; plug in; triangle
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There are several ways to compute the **area of a triangle**. For instance, there's the
basic formula that the **area of a triangle** is half the base times the height.