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The height of a parallelogram is 5 units more than the base. The measure of the base of the parallelogram is 11 units. What is the area, in square units, of the parallelogram? Answer 176 275 302 605

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  1. Ledah
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    Take the formula for area of a parallelogram. plug in the numbers for height and base. then solve

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  2. SWAG
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    than that would be?

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  3. Ledah
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    By the way this in in the writing subject my friend. try placing in mathematics subject you wouldve gotten help

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  4. Ledah
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    hold on i'll get the formula

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  5. SWAG
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    i did everywhere

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  6. Ledah
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    Example 1: Find the area of a parallelogram with a base of 12 centimeters and a height of 5 centimeters. [IMAGE] Solution: A A = (12 cm) · (5 cm) A = 60 cm2 Heres an example

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  7. SWAG
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    so in this case its like 11 times 5?

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  8. Ledah
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    Its base times height. so yes you would be correct

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  9. SWAG
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    i got 55 now what :)

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    this should go to math not writing

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  11. Ledah
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    Hmm.. none of your answers math up it that... thats really strange..

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  12. Ledah
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    @ZhangYan I already told him

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  13. SWAG
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    i agree and i know it should i posted everywhere cuz no1 would help

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  14. Ledah
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    Match*

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    \[A=bh\]\[A=b(b+5)\]\[A=11(11+5)\]\[A=11(16)\]now multiply 11*16 and it will give you a answer

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  16. Ledah
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    o_O Yeah knew I forgot a step

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    thank u so much :D

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    no problem

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