This is a tutorial on how to find the area of a triangle. To show the viewer how it is done, the video walks us through a simple example step by step. The first step is to find the base and the height (in this example 5 and 6). The next step is to multiply them together (making 30). Next, the answer is divided by two (to get 15). Finally, the units are written next to the answer (in this case inches squared). This is beneficial as it is a very easy and user friendly way of learning how to find the area of a triangle.
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