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# Which of the following has the formula : Base × Heighta)area of parallelogramb)area of trianglec)area of quadrilaterald)area of trapeziumCorrect answer is option 'A'. Can you explain this answer? Related Test: Test: Perimeter And Area - 1

## Class 7 Question

By Mumtaza Mir Mumtaza · Jul 16, 2018 ·Class 7
Area of parallelogram

Correct is A .It's formula is written as -b*h. please upvote my answer

Priti Dubey answered Feb 26, 2019
Area of parellelogram

Shilpa Dod answered Jul 17, 2018
Area of parallelogram

Riya Saxwna answered Mar 23, 2020
Area of parallelogram = base× height so ,this is the right answer.

Tithi Shaw answered Feb 07, 2019
Nothing to explain . the formula of area of a paralellogram is (base ×height)

Santosh Kumar Shukla answered Jan 14, 2019
A

A

Ravinder Kaur answered Feb 07, 2019
Area of parallelogram

R.k. Verma answered Feb 26, 2019
A..

Amarnath Parasar answered Mar 11, 2019
A)area of parallelogram is the correct answer

Kinjal Kinju answered Feb 06, 2019
Area of parallelogram

Jasmeet Kaur answered Feb 05, 2020
Area of parallelogram = Base × Height

Yuvraj Singh answered Apr 06, 2020
And is A because area*base is the formula of measuring the area of parlleogram

Ashmit Saxena answered Feb 07, 2019
Parallelogram

Area of Parallelogram

Astitva Sharma answered Feb 26, 2019
A pa a parallelogram is just like a square but don't have a angle of 90 so the formula used is B*H

Yasir Habib Ansari answered Dec 15, 2018
Area of parallelogram

Anju Shukla answered Feb 27, 2019
Area of parlellogram

Sam Kashyap answered Feb 06, 2019
Area of Parallelogram= base × height.

Mumtaza Mir Mumtaza answered Jul 28, 2018
Muje message mat bejo

Sandip Jagdale answered Feb 27, 2019
Area of parallelogram

Md. Kasaf Warsi answered Feb 26, 2019
A area of parallelogram

Sangeeta Das answered Dec 16, 2018
Area of parallelogram

Shivali Sinha answered Jan 14, 2019
Area of triangle = 1/2 × B × H
Parallelogram consists of 2 triangles
so the formula = Base × Height

Gargi Singh answered Feb 05, 2020
Base × height is the area of parallelogram...