Triangle

Triangle KLM is given by plane coordinates of vertices: K[11, -10] L[10, 12] M[1, 3].

Calculate its area and itsinterior angles.

Result

S =  103.5
K =  34.966 °
L =  47.603 °
M =  97.431 °

Solution:

$x_{ 0 } = 11 \ \\ y_{ 0 } = -10 \ \\ \ \\ x_{ 1 } = 10 \ \\ y_{ 1 } = 12 \ \\ \ \\ x_{ 2 } = 1 \ \\ y_{ 2 } = 3 \ \\ \ \\ \ \\ LM = M-L = (k_{ 0 },k_{ 1 }) \ \\ k_{ 0 } = x_{ 2 }-x_{ 1 } = 1-10 = -9 \ \\ k_{ 1 } = y_{ 2 }-y_{ 1 } = 3-12 = -9 \ \\ \ \\ KM = M-K = (l_{ 0 },l_{ 1 }) \ \\ l_{ 0 } = x_{ 2 }-x_{ 0 } = 1-11 = -10 \ \\ l_{ 1 } = y_{ 2 }-y_{ 0 } = 3-(-10) = 13 \ \\ \ \\ LK = K-L = (m_{ 0 },m_{ 1 }) \ \\ m_{ 0 } = x_{ 0 }-x_{ 1 } = 11-10 = 1 \ \\ m_{ 1 } = y_{ 0 }-y_{ 1 } = (-10)-12 = -22 \ \\ \ \\ \ \\ k = \sqrt{ k_{ 0 }^2+k_{ 1 }^2 } = \sqrt{ (-9)^2+(-9)^2 } = 9 \ \sqrt{ 2 } \doteq 12.7279 \ \\ l = \sqrt{ l_{ 0 }^2+l_{ 1 }^2 } = \sqrt{ (-10)^2+13^2 } = \sqrt{ 269 } \doteq 16.4012 \ \\ m = \sqrt{ m_{ 0 }^2+m_{ 1 }^2 } = \sqrt{ 1^2+(-22)^2 } = \sqrt{ 485 } \doteq 22.0227 \ \\ \ \\ s = \dfrac{ k+l+m }{ 2 } = \dfrac{ 12.7279+16.4012+22.0227 }{ 2 } \doteq 25.5759 \ \\ S = \sqrt{ s \cdot \ (s-k) \cdot \ (s-l) \cdot \ (s-m) } = \sqrt{ 25.5759 \cdot \ (25.5759-12.7279) \cdot \ (25.5759-16.4012) \cdot \ (25.5759-22.0227) } = \dfrac{ 207 }{ 2 } = 103.5$
$K = angle(KL, KM) \ \\ K_{ 1 } = \arccos(\dfrac{ -l_{ 0 } \cdot \ m_{ 0 }-l_{ 1 } \cdot \ m_{ 1 } }{ l \cdot \ m } ) = \arccos(\dfrac{ -(-10) \cdot \ 1-13 \cdot \ (-22) }{ 16.4012 \cdot \ 22.0227 } ) \doteq 0.6103 \ \\ K = K_{ 1 } \rightarrow \ ^\circ = K_{ 1 } \cdot \ \dfrac{ 180 }{ \pi } \ \ ^\circ = 34.9660298264 \ \ ^\circ = 34.966 ^\circ = 34^\circ 57'58"$
$L = angle(LK, LM) \ \\ L_{ 1 } = \arccos(\dfrac{ k_{ 0 } \cdot \ m_{ 0 }+k_{ 1 } \cdot \ m_{ 1 } }{ k \cdot \ m } ) = \arccos(\dfrac{ (-9) \cdot \ 1+(-9) \cdot \ (-22) }{ 12.7279 \cdot \ 22.0227 } ) \doteq 0.8308 \ \\ L = L_{ 1 } \rightarrow \ ^\circ = L_{ 1 } \cdot \ \dfrac{ 180 }{ \pi } \ \ ^\circ = 47.6025622026 \ \ ^\circ = 47.603 ^\circ = 47^\circ 36'9"$
$M_{ 1 } = \arccos(\dfrac{ k_{ 0 } \cdot \ l_{ 0 }+k_{ 1 } \cdot \ l_{ 1 } }{ k \cdot \ l } ) = \arccos(\dfrac{ (-9) \cdot \ (-10)+(-9) \cdot \ 13 }{ 12.7279 \cdot \ 16.4012 } ) \doteq 1.7005 \ \\ M = M_{ 1 } \rightarrow \ ^\circ = M_{ 1 } \cdot \ \dfrac{ 180 }{ \pi } \ \ ^\circ = 97.4314079711 \ \ ^\circ = 97.431 ^\circ = 97^\circ 25'53"$

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