The formula to calculate the Area of a Kite given its inradius is:

\[ \text{Area} = \frac{\text{Inradius} \times \text{Perimeter}}{2} \]

The Area of a Kite is the total quantity of plane enclosed by the boundary of the kite. The Inradius of a Kite is the radius of the incircle or the circle inscribed within the kite, with all four sides of the kite touching the circle. The Perimeter of a Kite is the total length of all the boundary lines of the kite.

Let's assume the following values:

- Inradius of Kite = 6 meters
- Perimeter of Kite = 55 meters

Using the formula:

\[ \text{Area} = \frac{6 \times 55}{2} \approx 165 \, \text{square meters} \]

The Area of the Kite is approximately 165 square meters.

Inradius (meters) | Perimeter (meters) | Area (square meters) |
---|---|---|

5 | 55 | 137.500000000000000 |

5.5 | 55 | 151.250000000000000 |

6 | 55 | 165.000000000000000 |

6.5 | 55 | 178.750000000000000 |

7 | 55 | 192.500000000000000 |