Given four sides of quadrilateral a, b, c, d, find the maximum area of the quadrilateral possible from the given sides .
Input : 1 2 1 2 Output : 2.00 It is optimal to construct a rectangle for maximum area .
According to Bretschneider’s formula, the area of a general quadilateral is given by
Here a, b, c, d are the sides of a quadilateral, s is the semiperimeter of a quadilateral and angles are two opposite angles.
So, this formula is maximized only when opposite angles sum to pi(180) then we can use a simplified form of Bretschneider’s formula to get the (maximum) area K.
This formula is called as Brahmagupta’s formula .
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