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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.)

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