The area of a parallelogram is equal to the length of the base times the shortest distance to the opposite side.
A parallelogram is a degenerate trapezoid: as the longer of the parallel sides of a trapezoid shrinks to the length of the shorter parallel side, the trapezoid becomes a parallelogram. It is truer to say that the area of a trapezoid helps to find the area of a parallelogram: area_trapezoid = mean_average_of_parallel_sides x distance_between_them = 1/2 sum_parallel_side_lengths x distance_between_them When the parallel sides are of equal length this becomes: area = (1/2 x 2 x length_of_parallel_sides) x distance_between_them = length_of_parallel_sides x distance_between_them = area_parallelogram
How do you find the area of an unequal quadrangle?
To find the area of 11 and 18 you multiply it.
Area of what? Every geometrical shape has a different formula to find its area. The simplest one: to find the area of a rectangle whose edge lengths are h and w, area = h*w.
The measurements that you need to find the area of a square is Area = Length x Width.
Diamond and parellogram
Yes all quadrilaterals can tessellate
A square is a special case of a parallelogram.
The question cannot be answered without further information. Have the rectangle and parallelogram the same length/ base? If not, what is the length of the rectangle and the base of the parallelogram?
There are 4 right angles in a parallelogram.
Yes, a rectangle is a special case of parallelograms.