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If the area of a parallelogram is 111.2 square inches, and the base is 8 inches, find the length of the altitude to that base. Choose one answer. a. 444.8 inches b. 13.9 inches c. 889.6 inches d. 27.8 inches

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A = b x h A/b = h 111.2/8 = h = altitude

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