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Topic: Intersection of two triangles
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Salahuddin

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Re: Intersection of two triangles
Posted: Nov 5, 2012 10:42 PM
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Use the fact that the angles at (X(x4), Y(x4)) are the same, in the two triangles. Then use the formula for area, = 1/2 * ab * sin(theta). Sin(theta) cancels out, leaving you with product of sides.

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