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Consider a triangle with two sides and one angle measures a, b and C degree respectively. The area of triangle is equal to the half of product of the base and the height of triangle. Consider side 'a' as base and the angle between a and b is C. Split side 'b' into its rectangular components and then find the vertical component i.e. BsinC. This vertical component is the height of the triangle. So the area of the triangle is;

area of triangle= 1/2 base*height

Area of a triangle can also be find by simply taking the cross product of the two sides with the angle C between them.

area of triangle= 1/2* mode of(axb)

area of triangle= 1/2 base*height

Area of a triangle can also be find by simply taking the cross product of the two sides with the angle C between them.

area of triangle= 1/2* mode of(axb)