# Find the area of an isosceles triangle, the measuring of one of its equal side is 'a' and the third side is 'b'. Experts answer fast!

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by Ritik02

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by Ritik02

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Here we can see that both sides a and b (in the heron equation) are same. therefore a=b and b=a. Note:the b you gave is not the one in the heron formula.

therefore if you do the factoring and all that u'll get an answer.