How do you use Heron's formula to find the area of a triangle with sides of lengths #6 #, #4 #, and #8 #?
Heron's formula uses the lengths of the sides and the semiperimeter to find the area of a triangle
The formula is given as
With this information, it should be easy to plug in the numbers to find the area
First, find s
Now plug this into Heron's formula
This cannot be simplified any furthur. So we are done.