# How do you use Heron's formula to determine the area of a triangle with sides of that are 8, 15, and 10 units in length?

36.98 square units

This method involves two steps.

Let b = 15, c = 10, and a = 8.

Step 1

Determine half of the triangle's perimeter (s).

Step 2

Determine the area (A) by applying

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