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Not too sure of the given dimensions but the area of a parallelogram is length times perpendicular height.

Q: What is the area of a parallelogram of 6m and 14M?

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14M + 2n - 6M + 11n = 8M + 13n

488 metres2

If you mean: -8m+14m-8 then the given expression can be simplified to 6m-8

224 divided by 16, ie 14m

The Area of a parallelogram is Area=base times height.

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14M + 2n - 6M + 11n = 8M + 13n

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488 metres2

14m x 8m x 6m = 672 m^3

If you mean: -8m+14m-8 then the given expression can be simplified to 6m-8

224 divided by 16, ie 14m

72m to the 2nd power for aplus

A square with a side length of 6m has an area of 36m2

use the net to find the lateral area of the prism 3m 6m 3m 6m 15m

Area of a rectangle is width times lenght. 14m in lenght (times) 5m in width = 70m2

The Area of a parallelogram is Area=base times height.

12m2