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  • 5 years ago

what is the area of a parallelogram with a base of4 2/3 and heigth of 5 1/5?

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  1. anonymous
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    IS IT 12.1

  2. anonymous
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    How do you find the area of a parallelogram ?

  3. anonymous
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    It's base times height, like for a rectangle.

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    length x breadth dude multiply both the sides !

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    1/2 * base * height

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    sweetz - that is for triangle i believe

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    ohhhhhhhh srryyyyy wait i made a blundr

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    take average of widths, then multiply by height

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    ((top length)+(bottom length))/2 * height

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    Parallelogram, not trapezoid. Top length = bottom length.

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    or you can break it up into a rectangle and a triangle by cutting out the center rectangle.

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    oh, whoops, in that case, it's just base*height.

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    so if base is 4 2/3 and height is 5 1/5 would the area be 24 and 4/15

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    Yeah, that's what I get.

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    How do find the surface area of a rectangular prism

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    5 sides?

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    Is it l*w*h cubed ?

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    oh, six sides like a die, right?

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    yes

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    it will be the sum of all six sides, each has two dimensions to it and there are two copies of each. So, 2*(L*W+L*H+W*H) should account for all six sides

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