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To find the height of a scalene triangle, the formula for the area of a triangle is necessary. The equation is area = 1/2hb, where h is the height and b is the base. However, before using this formula, other calculations... More »

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A real-life example of a scalene triangle is a roof truss as used in the building roofs on houses and buildings. Other examples include ramps and sails. A scalene triangle is defined as a triangle with no equal sides and... More »

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An obtuse triangle is any triangle that has an angle of more than 90 degrees. This differs from an acute triangle, in which all three angles are less than 90 degrees, and a right triangle, in which one angle is exactly 9... More »

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The formula for the area of any triangle equals 1/2 the base times the height. For a right triangle, this is easy to remember ,since a right triangle is half of a rectangle on one side of its diagonal, and the area of a ... More »

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To find the area of a triangle without a right angle, you multiply one-half the base by the height. Obtuse triangles are included in this group. More »

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Find the area of a triangle using the formula (b x h)/2. You need the value of "b," or base, and "h," or height. More »

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The area of any simple shape, such as a circle, triangle or rectangle, can be found by taking a series of measurements from the shape and plugging them into a formula. The necessary formula varies according to the shape ... More »

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