# What is the area of two parallelogram?

Table of Contents

- 1 What is the area of two parallelogram?
- 2 What do two sides of a parallelogram add up to?
- 3 Which figure is a parallelogram?
- 4 How do you find an area of a parallelogram?
- 5 How do you find the missing side of a parallelogram?
- 6 How to find area of a parallelogram?
- 7 What is the area of this parallelogram?

## What is the area of two parallelogram?

To find the area, multiply the base by the height. The formula is: A = B * H where B is the base, H is the height, and * means multiply. The base and height of a parallelogram must be perpendicular.

**What are the two sides of a parallelogram?**

A parallelogram is a quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel sides. The opposite sides of a parallelogram are equal in length, and the opposite angles are equal in measure.

### What do two sides of a parallelogram add up to?

You have learned that a parallelogram is a closed, plane figure with four sides. It is a quadrilateral with two pairs of parallel, congruent sides. Its four interior angles add to 360° and any two adjacent angles are supplementary, meaning they add to 180° . Opposite (non-adjacent) angles are congruent.

**How do you find the area of a parallelogram with sides and diagonals?**

Area = ½ × d1 × d2 sin (y)

- b = base of the parallelogram (AB)
- h = height of the parallelogram.
- a = side of the parallelogram (AD)
- x = any angle between the sides of the parallelogram (∠DAB or ∠ADC)
- d1 = diagonal of the parallelogram (p)
- d2 = diagonal of the parallelogram (q)

## Which figure is a parallelogram?

Parallelograms are shapes that have four sides with two pairs of sides that are parallel. The four shapes that meet the requirements of a parallelogram are square, rectangle, rhombus, and rhomboid. A rhombus looks like a slanted square, and a rhomboid looks like a slanted rectangle.

**How do you find the area of a parallelogram with two sides and an angle?**

The area A of a parallelogram, given two adjacent sides a, b and the angle C between them, is twice the area of the corresponding triangle. So A = ab sin(C).

### How do you find an area of a parallelogram?

The area of a parallelogram can be calculated by finding the product of its base with the altitude. The base and altitude of a parallelogram are always perpendicular to each other. The formula to calculate the area of a parallelogram is given as Area of parallelogram = base × height square units.

**How many sides does a parallelogram have?**

4

Parallelogram/Number of edges

A parallelogram has four sides total. The most recognizable parallelogram is the square; however, a parallelogram can be many shapes: A square is the parallelogram that has four equal sides. The opposite sides are parallel and all corners of the square form a right angle.

## How do you find the missing side of a parallelogram?

To find the missing base, you simply divided the area by the given height. This will work the same way if you are looking for the height. To find the missing height, divide the area by the given base.

**How do you calculate the area of a parallelogram?**

The area of a parallelogram can be calculated by multiplying the length of the base by the height to the top, perpendicular to the base. Either edge on either set of sides can be oriented to be the base.

### How to find area of a parallelogram?

1. Multiply the base of the parallelogram by the height to find the area. If your problem gives you a measurement of the base and height of a

**What is the formula for a parallelogram?**

A parallelogram is a special kind of quadrilateral in which the opposite sides are parallel and equal. The perimeter of a parallelogram is the sum of the length of all its sides and it is calculated with the help of the formula: Perimeter = 2 (a + b); where ‘a’ and ‘b’ are the two sides of the parallelogram.

## What is the area of this parallelogram?

Area of Parallelogram. The area of a rectangle equals the product of its sides. The area of a parallelogram equals the product of one of its sides times the distance between that side and its parallel (and equal) mate.