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Height of a Parallelogram Formula

Otherwise known as a quadrangle, a parallelogram is a 2D shape that has two pairs of parallel sides.
The base and height of the parallelogram are perpendicular.  The diagonals of a parallelogram bisect each other. The formula for the height of the parallelogram is as follows:
Height of a parallelogram

Formula of Height of a Parallelogram

\[\LARGE Height=\, \frac{Area}{Base}\]

Solved example:

Question. What will be the height of the parallelogram if the area  is 30 Sq inch and the base of a parallelogram is 6 inch, then find the height of a parallelogram ?

Solution.
The height of the parallelogram is

$Height=\, \frac{Area}{Base}$

   a= 30,  b = 6

H = $\frac{30}{6}$ = 5cm

Hence, the height is 5 cm.

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