Q. 11 C3.7( 11 Votes )

# ABC is a right-an A. 12 sq. unit

B. 6 sq. unit

C. 24 sq. unit

D. 8 sq. unit

Answer :

Point B can either be origin or (3, 4) as shown

Consider B to be the origin

Base of ΔABC = BC = 3 units

Height of ΔABC = AB = 4 units

Thus, area = × base × height

⇒ area = × 3 × 4 = 6 unit^{2}

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