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Please show us what you have tried and exactly where you are stuck.maxkor said:In triangle ABC $AC=BD, CE=2, ED=1, AE=4$ and $\angle CAE=2 \angle DAB$. Find area ABC.
To find the area of a triangle, you can use the formula A = 1/2 * base * height. The base and height are two of the dimensions of the triangle, and you can plug them into the formula to calculate the area.
The dimensions of a triangle typically refer to its base, height, and side lengths. The base and height are the two measurements needed to calculate the area, while the side lengths determine the shape and size of the triangle.
Yes, you can use any units for the dimensions of a triangle as long as they are consistent. For example, if the base is measured in inches, the height should also be measured in inches. This will ensure that the resulting area is in square inches.
Yes, you can still find the area of a triangle if you know two of its dimensions. As mentioned before, the formula for the area of a triangle is A = 1/2 * base * height. If you know the base and height, you can plug them into the formula to calculate the area.
The sides of a triangle are typically labeled as a, b, and c. Side a is opposite to angle A, side b is opposite to angle B, and side c is opposite to angle C. These labels are used to distinguish between the sides and angles of a triangle and are important when calculating its dimensions.