The formula of an area of a kite:
e, f - diagonals
We have e = 15m, f = 7m.
The area of a kite is 54 inches ² .
Where p and q are the diagonals of the kite .
As given in the question
kites with diagonals 9in and 12in.
Put all the values in the formula
Area of a kite = 9 × 6
= 54 inches ²
Therefore the area of a kite is 54 inches ² .
Because the area formula is a*b and 12*9 is 180
So the answer is 180 which is A
I hope this helps :)
Area of a kite, is to multiply the two diagonals and divide by 2:
p(diagonal) * q(diagonal) / 2
pq / 2.
P = 14
Q = 10.
(14 * 10) / 2
A = 52.5 m²
Area = 54cm
First we'll use the formula that is :
A = PQ/2
Now we bring in our Equation :
A = 6 · 18/2 = 54cm
Our final answer is :
A = 54cm
the rhombus, or kite, is really just 4 triangles
all sides are the same lenght in a rhombus,
thus, find the area of all of the triangles,
and you already have two sides given,
and then, add them up
or just find the length of one, and multiply times 4 :)
recall, area of a triangle = 1/2 bh
A kite has the very odd property that when the diagonal lengths are multiplied together and divided by 2, the Result is the area. Without that property, you would not have enough information.
Area = 1/2 * d1 * d2
d1 = 5
d2 = 10
Area = 1/2 * 5 * 10
Area = 1/2 50
Area = 25 <<<<<<<< Answer
hope that helped