Side Angle Side is a theorem used to find the area of the triangle. The theorem states that the two triangles are said to be equal when the two sides and the angle between the two sides are equal. The angle between this sides is called as Included angle. You can easily find the area of an SAS triangle using this online SAS (Side Angle Side) Triangle Area calculator by entering the length of the two sides (side 1 and side 2) and the angle between the two sides.
An SAS (Side Angle Side) triangle with sides 8cm and 10 cm has an angle of 45 degrees. What is its area?
= ((8x10) x sin 45) / 2