I have read in easycalculation site that using pick's theorem, area of the polygon can be calculated by joining the lattice points...Need more explanation on this.

The formula looks pretty easy: count the points "i" inside, count the points "b" on the edge ("boundary"), and plug the counts into i + (b/2) - 1. The answer is the area. You can see a proof here and do an activity with it here. What part do you need explained more? Thanks.I have read in easycalculation site that using pick's theorem, area of the polygon can be calculated by joining the lattice points...Need more explanation on this.

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Can u see the example diagram in the easycalculation site... Am sorry i couldn't post the link....

In that three diagrams are there.....The ans for all the three is 6.5....Pls say am right??? Also they have mentioned the other formula indicating holes????What is it????

Can u see the example diagram in the easycalculation site... Am sorry i couldn't post the link....

In that three diagrams are there.....The ans for all the three is 6.5....Pls say am right??? Also they have mentioned the other formula indicating holes????What is it????

Not without knowing where you're looking. Go to the page and copy the URL from the location bar in your browser. Then paste it here. ThnxCan u see the example diagram in the easycalculation site.