# In the kite, AC = 10 and BD = 6. What is the area of kite ABCD?

**Solution:**

Given, AC = 10 and BD = 6

We have to find the area of kite ABCD

The area of a kite can be defined as the amount of space enclosed or encompassed by a kite in a two-dimensional plane.

Area of a kite can be found out using the formula :

1/2 × d_{1}× d_{2}

Where, d_{1} and d_{2} are the diagonals of the kite.

Here, AC and BD are the diagonals of the kite.

Area = (1/2)× AC×BD

= 1/2 × 10 × 6

= 60 / 2

= 30 square units.

Therefore, the area of the kite is 30 square units.

## In the kite, AC = 10 and BD = 6. What is the area of kite ABCD?

**Summary:**

In the kite, AC = 10 and BD = 6, then the area of kite ABCD is 30 square units. The area of a kite can be defined as the amount of space enclosed or encompassed by a kite in a two-dimensional plane.

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