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Area of a Triangle

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Area of a Triangle

Included strictly as a math topic, the area of a triangle is not part of what an electrician needs to do. But knowledge will be helpful when moving on to other area calculations with formulas.

The area of a triangle is nothing more than 1/2 the length of the base times the height.

In algebra terms it would be A = 1/2 bh



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