This post covers all the Area Questions on Right Angled Triangle

Right Angle Triangle follows following formula:

The square of Hypotenuse is the sum of square of other two sides.

This formula is important as it will help us to solve different problems, so please remember it.

**Also, the formula for the area of right angled triangle is given as**:

*Question 01*

**The sides of a triangle are 3 cm, 4 cm, and 5 cm. The areas (in sq.cm) of the triangle formed by joining the mid- points of the sides of this triangle is**?

Since the triangle satisfy above condition, **it is a right angled triangle**

Area = ½ *base * height

= ½ * 4 *3

= 6 sq cm.

As you can see in the figure above, **the triangle formed by joining midpoint is one fourth of the main figure**.

(△DEF) =1/4×6 =3/2 sq cm.

Hence 1.5 sq-cm is the answer