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Q: Find the perimeter and the area of each parallelogram?
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How do you find the perimeter area of a box?

Perimeter=find each perimeter of each side of the box then add them all up area=find each are of each side of the box then add them all up


find the perimeter and area of each figure?

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How do you find the perimeter and the area of a square?

The perimeter is found by adding the length of each side. The area is found by multiplying the length of the square by the width.


How do you find the perimeter when you know the area?

There is no possible way to. You can only add up all the sides to get the perimeter.---It is not impossible. You can get the perimeter from area very easily.First, you find the square root of the area, which will be the length of each side (assuming it is a square).Then, once you've found the length of each side, you multiply it by 4, and you should have the perimeter. (:


How are area and perimeter different from each other?

The perimeter is the outside of a shape and the area is the inside of it


What is the same of perimeter area and volume?

the perimeter of the value is that the area and volume are perpendicular to each other


How do you find each area of a parallelogram?

The area formula for a parallelogram is b*h=A (base times height equals area) this worjs because if you took the angled section from one side and put it against the angled section of the other, it will actually form a regular rectangle. Another option is 1/2*Pa=A (one half times perimeter times apothem equals area, or perimeter times apothem divided by two equals area) this formula will actually work for any regular polygon, hiwever it is harder to implement.


How do you find the area if the perimeter is only given?

If you are talking about a rectangle, you can't find the area from just the perimeter. With a perimeter of say 80 units, the sides could be 10 and 30, with an area of 300 square units. But the sides could also be 5 and 35, with an area of 175 square units. There are lots of other possibilities. If you are talking about a square, that's different. Each side is a quarter of the perimeter, so the area is a quarter of the perimeter multiplied by a quarter of the perimeter.


How do you find the area using the perimeter?

Depending on the figure given you can find the area from the perimeter For example- If you have a square with a perimeter of 24, you divide 24 by 4 because all the sides of a square are congruent. In turn you will 6 as each side of the square The formula for the area of a square is side2 so you get 62 which is 36. The area is 36


How do you find the perimeter of any figure?

Find the distance of each side and add to find the total perimeter.


Does a parallelogram have adjacent equal sides?

A parallelogram has adjacent equal sides. Diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each other,Opposite sides of a parallelogram are parallel and will never intersect. The area of a parallelogram is twice the area of a triangle created by one of its diagonals. Any line through the midpoint of a parallelogram bisects the area.


How do you find area and perimeter?

For the area of a square, it is the base x the height, and the perimeter is 2height+2base. For the area of a triangle, it is base x height divided by two. And to find the perimeter you just add up each of the side lengths.

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