Area of Ohio
44,825 square miles of land/28,688,000 acres of land
REMEMBER THAT ROUNDING MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE, SO IF YOU ARE OFF BY A LITTLE IT IS OKAY!
In the photo below, is an example of how to split up the figure into triangles, and these should approximately be the measures of the angles and sides. Again, remember that this is an approximation.
If using the example below, the end result should be around 33,138 miles^2.
Sin(A)/a = Sin(B)/b = Sin(C)/c
Law of Cosines:
a^2 = b^2 + c^2 - 2(a)(b) cos(A)
A = 1/2 (a)(b) sin(C)