1. Divide the shape's area by its base's length to calculate its height. If, for instance, the parallelogram measures 10 square inches in area, and its base measures 4 inches in length
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Any size square, rectangle, or rhombus.
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Adjacent sides (ones next to each other) of a parallelogram are
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Draw your parallelogram. Now DAB = 82 degrees. the angle on teh same line as it must be 18082 = 98 degrees. Now becaseuse the lines are parallel ADC is also 98, dcb is 82 teh angle
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