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janessia

  • 2 years ago

What is the area of this parellelogram? Choose one answer. a. 48 square units b. 24 square units c. 12 square units d. 35 square units

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  1. janessia
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    I don't just want the answer i wanna know how you got it please

  3. tcarroll010
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    The area of parallelograms is determined by base times height. Base and height are given.

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    This will make sense to your mind's eye if you mentally take the triangle on the left and move it over to the blank area on the right.

  5. janessia
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    ohk so its 35

  6. janessia
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    that just seemed too easy

  7. tcarroll010
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    Yes. Good job. And now you have mastered parallelograms! They don't get too much more complicated. Yes, this problem seems easy, and is one of those types of problems that one "masters" almost immediately.

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    lol yes thank you so much i believe my next area question is where it gets harder

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    You're welcome!

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