Yes we can get the area, by applying Stewart's Theorem, we get three equations each equal to the corresponding value of median,yes it would be very lengthy method but yes as there are three variables and three equations ,we can get the respective values of sides and then apply Heron's Formula.......

## Comments

Sort by:

TopNewestYes we can get the area, by applying Stewart's Theorem, we get three equations each equal to the corresponding value of median,yes it would be very lengthy method but yes as there are three variables and three equations ,we can get the respective values of sides and then apply Heron's Formula.......

Log in to reply

right

Log in to reply

or use the appolonius thm

Log in to reply