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Find the area of a parallelogram with base b and height h. b = 82 cm h = 16.6 cm * 1,361.2 cm2 * 137.78 cm2 * 6,724 cm2 * 98.6 cm2

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1361.2cm^2
@pratu043 explain your answer
Simple, 82 * 16.6 will give you the answer.

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even though it's very simple, you need to explain it. it's a place for learning , not just giving the final answer. Please see the Code of Conduct : http://openstudy.com/code-of-conduct
area of parallelogram = base*height
base*height is the equation of the area of any quadrilateral
Sorry Callisto, I didn't come online for a long time and didn't read the code of conduct.

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