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Using the Heron's Formula, what is the area of a triangle with sides √6, √24, and √30? Pls help!!!!

 

The Heron's Formula is √s(s-a)(s-b)(s-c)

where s is the semiperimeter i.e. half the perimeter, a is the first side, b is the second side, and c is the third side.

 Apr 24, 2021
edited by Guest  Apr 24, 2021
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ohh, you have the formula, I'm sure you can do this. :))

 

s = (sqrt(6) + sqrt(24) + sqrt(3))/2 

a = sqrt(6)

b = sqrt(24)

c = sqrt(30)

 

What's √s(s-a)(s-b)(s-c)

 

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 Apr 24, 2021
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@catmg first of all, it's √30 not √3...√6 = √6, √24 = 2√6, but √30 is just √30! how do i find (3√6+√30)/2?

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is it 6???

Guest Apr 24, 2021
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Oopsies, my bad. sqrt(30), I must've missed a 0. 

 

And also, it it 6. :)))

Nice job. :DDDD

 

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catmg  Apr 24, 2021
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