Triangle area calculator - formulas and calculator to calculate the area of a triangle. Triangle area - is a numerical characteristic characterizing the size of the plane bounded by a geometric figure formed by three segments (sides) that connect three points (vertices) that are not lying on one straight line.

Different formulas are used to calculate the area of a triangle, depending on the known input data. Below are formulas and a calculator that can help you calculate the area of a triangle or check the calculations that have already been done. General formulas for all types of triangles are given, special cases for equilateral, isosceles and right triangles.

Area - is a numerical characteristic characterizing the size of a plane bounded by a closed geometric figure.

Area is measured in units of measurement squared: km^{2}, m^{2}, cm^{2}, mm^{2}, etc.

For all triangles

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## Area of triangle by its base and height

Area of triangle is equal to half the product of the base of the triangle by the height dropped on this base: . The triangle's base can be chosen from either side of the triangle.

**a**

**h**

2

## Area of triangle on two sides and the angle between them

Area of the triangle is equal to half the product of any two of its sides by the sine of the angle between these sides: . The angle α between the sides can be anything: blunt, sharp, straight.

**a**

**b**

**α**° between parties a and b

3

## Area of triangle along the radius of the inscribed circle and the three sides

Area of triangle is equal to half the sum of all three sides of the triangle multiplied by the radius of the inscribed circle. or in another way you can say: Area of the triangle is equal to half the perimeter of the triangle multiplied by the radius of the inscribed circle.

**a**

**b**

**c**

**r**inscribed circle

4

## Area of triangle along the radius of the circumscribed circle and the three sides

Area of triangle is equal to the product of three sides of the triangle divided by four radii of the circumscribed circle:

**a**

**b**

**c**

**R**of the circumscribed circle

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## Area of triangle according to Heron's formula

If you know all three sides of a triangle, you can calculate its area using the Heron formula: , where p is the half -perimeter of the triangle, calculated by formula

**a**

**b**

**c**

For isosceles triangles

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## Area of an isosceles triangle along the sides and the angle between them

Calculate area:

**a**(a = b)

**α**° between the sides

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## Area of an isosceles triangle along the sides and the angle between them

Calculate area:

**a**(a = b)

**c**

**β**° between base and side

8

## Area of an isosceles triangle on the base and angle between the sides

Calculate area:

**c**

**α**° between the sides

For equilateral triangles

9

## Area of an equilateral triangle on the side

Calculate area:

**a**(a = b = c)

10

## Area of an equilateral triangle in height

Calculate area:

**h**

11

## Area of an equilateral triangle along the radius of the inscribed circle

Calculate area:

**r**inscribed circle

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## Area of an equilateral triangle along the radius of the circumscribed circle

Calculate area:

**R**of the circumscribed circle

For right-angled triangles

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## Square of a right triangle with two legs

Calculate area:

**a**

**b**

14

## Area of a right-angled triangle along the segments dividing the hypotenuse into an inscribed circle

Calculate area:

**d**

**e**

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## Area of a right-angled triangle according to Heron's formula

Heron's formula for a right triangle , where p is the half -perimeter of the triangle, calculated by formula

Calculate area:

**a**

**b**

**c**