No, a parallelogram has two dimensions.
The area of a parallelogram does not provide enough information to determine its dimensions.
A parallelogram is a four sided 2D quadrilateral
A parallelogram is a four sided quadrilateral and how big it is will depend on its dimensions.
Too many dimensions have been given because the area of a parallelogram is length times perpendicular height.
The area and perimeter of a parallelogram are not sufficient to determine its dimensions.
Not too sure of the given dimensions but the area of a parallelogram is length times perpendicular height.
Depending on their relative dimensions, the parallelogram could be bigger, the same or smaller.
The area increases to 9 times as much.
The perimeter of a parallelogram is not enough to determine its length. Let 6 â‰¤ A < 12 units be the length of the parallelogram and let B = (12 - A) units be its breadth. Then the perimeter of the parallelogram will be 24 units. But A is any one of infinitely many values between 6 and 12. So the dimensions are indeterminate.
When all of the linear dimensions are doubled . . .-- the perimeter is also doubled-- the area is multiplied by 22 = 4.
It depends on the shape. A triangle and a parallelogram with these dimensions will have different areas.