Posted by **samantha** on Friday, August 29, 2008 at 11:09am.

How do i find the area of a triangle? For example:

A squared + b squared= c squared

8.5 squared + 6.4 squared= c squared

72.25 + 40.96= c squared

113.21=c squared

10.6400188=c

even tho i thought this was the answer it is not because it does not solve the code on the worksheet. does anyone have any idea what i did wrong and how to get the right answer?

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