This presumes you know the measures of two sides and the angle between them. The Law of Sines is typically used where you know all the angles and only one side measure.

You would use the law of sines to find an additional side measure, then make use of the above formula for area.

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Explanation:

One formula for the area of a triangle is …

Area = (1/2)ab·sin(C)

This presumes you know the measures of two sides and the angle between them. The Law of Sines is typically used where you know all the angles and only one side measure.

You would use the law of sines to find an additional side measure, then make use of the above formula for area.