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Q: Area measured in degrees in which time is the same?

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The formula for the area of a parallelogram is heightxbasethe reason that that is the formula is because it has th same height on both sides and the base stays the same even if it was on a unique angle and that's how you get the area of a parallelogram.The area of a parallelogram is base time height.

Usually hours.

110 degrees.110 degrees.110 degrees.110 degrees.

First you find the area of the surface and then you multiply that by the height of the prism. Example if the surface area is 6cm and the height is 5cm then the volume is 6 time 5 cm cubed. So 30cm Cubed. All volume is measured in cubic cm or m . Cool.

absolute time is time measured in definite periods such as minutes, days, and years

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Angle of 360 degrees = 1 hour = 60 minutes of time so 6 degrees = 1 minute of time so 72 degrees = 12 minutes of time. I have used "minutes of time" as the unit of time to avoid confusion with minute as a unit in which angles are measured (1/60 degree).

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