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It can be any length you like greater than (or equal to) 4 x √60 ≈ 30.98

A parallelogram is a sheared rectangle; the more the rectangle shears, the longer the originally "vertical" sides (the height of the parallelogram) become. (Shearing does not change the area of the shape.)

Q: What is the perimeter of a parallelogram with a an area of 60?

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The area and perimeter of a parallelogram are not sufficient to determine its dimensions.

area of parallelogram= base*height perimeter= 2(length+breadth)

p=2l+2w a=wl

It is: 2*(60+70) = 260 cm

No. In fact a parallelogram does not add up. It has a perimeter, it has an area, it has four angles and they are or can be added up. The the parallelogram itself cannot.

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area of parallelogram= base*height perimeter= 2(length+breadth)

The area and perimeter of a parallelogram are not sufficient to determine its dimensions.

Perimeter = 40+40+60+60 = 200 units

Nothing at all.

area is length times width

p=2l+2w a=wl

The area of a square with a perimeter of 60 meters is: 225 m2

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A square.

It is: 2*(60+70) = 260 cm

No. In fact a parallelogram does not add up. It has a perimeter, it has an area, it has four angles and they are or can be added up. The the parallelogram itself cannot.

I don't know about the relation in the perimeters of a triangle and a parallelogram but if a triangle is on the same base on which the parallelogram is and the triangle is between the same parallel lines of the parallelogram, then the area of the triangle will be half the area of the parallelogram. That is, area of a triangle = 1/2 area of a parallelogram if the triangle is on the same base and between the same parallel lines.