Question
Find the area of the quadrilateral with vertices (3, 3), (1, 4), (–2, 1), (2, –3).
Solution
37/2
Let the given vertices be A, B, C, D respectively.

Join AC
Area of ABCD = area of triangle ABC + area of triangle ACD
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