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I'm trying to understand how this formula: 1/2 magnitude of v × w (area of triangle)

yields the same value no matter which 2 adjacent sides are chosen.

How would you prove mathematically that this is the case?

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# Area of Triangle with Cross Product: Equation Variations

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