Good proof for Heron's without trig

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There's a better proof.. http://www.artofproblemsolving.com/Resources/articles.php (Look for heron's formula)

Taehyung Kim - 5 years ago

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Woah but its still a fairly advanced proof involving complex number geometry, but I love it! And Agnishom, the author of the MathIsFun proof intermediately proves the law of cosines which is a step in the most common proof presented with Heron's formula.

Tanishq Aggarwal - 5 years ago

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There was another method of proving it.. it was in AoPS precalc.

Taehyung Kim - 5 years ago

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We have alredy done it in our tuition

Raushan Sharma - 3 years, 11 months ago

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