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comment How to find the area of an isosceles triangle without using trigonometry?
Using your hint ,applied on $\triangle ABC$ ,where $AB=AC =10 $ cm. and $\angle BAC=30^ \circ ,BD \perp AC $, I see that $\triangle ABC= \frac 12 \times 10 \times BD=5BD$ where $BD=\sqrt {10^2-AD^2}$. Now,I am stuck. Can someone help?
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comment How to find the area of the following triangle
Thanks a lot.. got it..Crystal work..
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comment How to find the area of the following triangle
I still could not finish it . We can find the area of rhombus in 2 ways and from that we get the relation $20 h=\frac12 ab$, where $h$ is the height of the rhombus and $a,b$ are the lengths of diagonals.. Now, I am stuck.