Q: What is the surface area of a quadrilateral?

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, I will tell you how to get the area of a quadrilateral... First, you take the height of the shape( quadrilateral ). Next, take the bottom line of the shape. Finnaly, you times the height by the bottom line and you get the area! Now, you can brag to your friends...

i think you work it out

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With four sides given a quadrilateral is not clear defined. Infinite are possible. You need the length of one diagonal in addition to figure out the area.

4 times 4

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To find the area of a quadrilateral, multiply the length and width of the figure. The product will give you the area of the figure.

, I will tell you how to get the area of a quadrilateral... First, you take the height of the shape( quadrilateral ). Next, take the bottom line of the shape. Finnaly, you times the height by the bottom line and you get the area! Now, you can brag to your friends...

A quadrilateral is a plane area enclosed by four straight lines.

well change it into another quadrilateral and then take away the area of the lines you added

A "quadralateral" may be defined as a typographic error for the word "quadrilateral".

i think you work it out

15cm 12cm

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