How do you calculate area of a quadrilateral?
numerous answers depending on the quadrilateral. Ones with specific names like squares, rectangles etc have their own formula.
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To calculate the area of a quadrilateral, you can use various methods depending on the information provided.

If the quadrilateral is a parallelogram, you can use the formula: Area = base × height, where the base is one of the sides of the parallelogram and the height is the perpendicular distance between the base and its opposite side.

For a general quadrilateral with known side lengths and angles, you can use the formula: Area = (1/2) × product of the diagonals × sine of the angle between the diagonals.

If the coordinates of the vertices of the quadrilateral are given in the coordinate plane, you can use the shoelace formula (also known as the surveyor's formula) to find the area.

If the quadrilateral can be divided into triangles whose areas can be calculated separately, you can find the area of each triangle and then sum them up to get the total area of the quadrilateral.
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