No i believe that parallelograms can only have four side
No, there are no parallelograms in sports.
There can be any number (>=3) of parallelograms in a regular hexagon. If it is not a regular hexagon you may not have any.
It will find a number - if the number is not a formula. For example - if you search for the number 30 it will find it - BUT - if the product in a cell is the result of a formula it will disregard it.
No .. parallelograms are quadrilaterals. A quadrilateral is any polygon with four sides and four vertices.
The term cubic applies to cubes, cuboids, and other parallelograms, which have 3 dimensions - length, width, and height for example. To find the volume, multiply the length times the width times the height in any consistent units. The formula is L x W x H.
An infinite number. Any parallelogram can be cut in half by a line parallel to one of its sides to increase the number by one. And there is no end to that process.
True of False, any to parallelograms with the same side lengths have the same area?
Most parallelograms do not have any lines of symmetry. The only parallelograms that can have lines of symmetry are squares, rectangles, and rhombuses.
Any number below 41 gives a prime, 41 and above give composites.
NO! rectangles are also parallelograms and i think rhombus are too. a parallelogram is any shape where both sets of opposing sides are parallel.