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The area of a parallelogram is base x height.

Q: Which formula is similar to the formula for the area of a parallelagram?

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Base x perpendicular height

Perimeter: (2*L)+(2*W) [length times two plus width times two] Area: L*W [length times width]

A parallelagram can be a square, which has four lines of symmetry or a rectangle which has two lines of symmetry but the generic parallelagram has zero lines of symmetry

No, but it can be a parallelogram.

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Base x perpendicular height

The area of a parallelogram is "BASE X HEIGHT"

base x length

Rectangle

Octagon

Perimeter: (2*L)+(2*W) [length times two plus width times two] Area: L*W [length times width]

to find the area of a parallelogram you must find the right angle of the shape then you multiply it with the base number and then you get your answer

A parallelagram can be a square, which has four lines of symmetry or a rectangle which has two lines of symmetry but the generic parallelagram has zero lines of symmetry

No.

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Yes.

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