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What is the area of the parallelogram below? (Picture below.)

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    The area is 19*15 = 285 (unit of measurement)

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    Are you sure it's right? I just have to multiply both of them? I thought I had to do something with the 15.

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    Well, as I saw in the picture base=19 and height = 15 . In a parallelogram you need to do base times height to find the area.. That's what I did. Ok?

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    Ok thanks! (:

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    Not at all man!!

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