Any kite of height a and width b can be divided along the line of symmetry into two equal triangles.
The area of each triangle is 0.5 x base x height = 0.5 x b x 0.5 x a = 0.25 x a x b
Since the kite is made up of two such triangles, the area of the
kite is given by:
Area of kite = 0.5 x a x b
This solution was sent in by Stephen Walker from Aylsham Middle School and was also achieved by Daniel (Archbishop Sancroft High School), Daniel (West Flegg Middle School), James(Heacham Middle School).