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Venn diagram is used to compare and contrast to things.
To make a Venn diagram, think of two things you want to compare.
Draw two circles side by side overlapping them. the overlapping can be as big or as small as you want. this area will be where you list the things that are the same.
label the item on the top of each circle (e.g "Apple" on the upper Right cicle and "orange" on the upper LEft circle)
then write the distinct things of the first item on the area that is not overlapping..
do it on the other side that is not overlapping for the second item.

hope this helps.

Posted on Jul 08, 2011

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Posted on Aug 30, 2011

I don't think you can figure out the area of this rhombus/parallelogram.

The area of a parallelogram is base, which we have, times height.

Picture the parallelogram with all the angles being 90 degrees. The area would be 54 square centimetres. Now imagine you can slide the top part of the parallelogram to the right, with the bottom fixed and all the corners on hinges. In theory, you can nearly slide the top down until it is just above the base. The area would approach zero, as the height of the parallelogram decreases.

Good luck,

Paul

The area of a parallelogram is base, which we have, times height.

Picture the parallelogram with all the angles being 90 degrees. The area would be 54 square centimetres. Now imagine you can slide the top part of the parallelogram to the right, with the bottom fixed and all the corners on hinges. In theory, you can nearly slide the top down until it is just above the base. The area would approach zero, as the height of the parallelogram decreases.

Good luck,

Paul

Apr 14, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Take a square or a rectangle and push the top to one side . That is a parallelogram. But so are the square and the rectangle.

Mar 27, 2015 | Microwave Ovens

Quadrilaterals, including squares, rhombuses, and trapezoids.

Mar 18, 2014 | Computers & Internet

A rhombus (and in a special case, a square).

Dec 16, 2013 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Magnat does not post the specs on any speakers! The construction of a speaker box means that you need to know what the following:

1. Diameter of the speaker

2. The tuning or resonant frequency of the speaker

3. The depth of the speaker

4. How much space the speaker frame displaces.

5. The thickness of the wood.

6. The bracing

7. The port (if you port it) needs specs for its displacement

8. The ports volume transmission factor.

9. Whether you want it rectangle, square or trapezoid.

1. Diameter of the speaker

2. The tuning or resonant frequency of the speaker

3. The depth of the speaker

4. How much space the speaker frame displaces.

5. The thickness of the wood.

6. The bracing

7. The port (if you port it) needs specs for its displacement

8. The ports volume transmission factor.

9. Whether you want it rectangle, square or trapezoid.

May 06, 2013 | Car Audio & Video

Area - The size of a surface

Specific

Square

Area = Side x Side

Rectangle

Area = Length x Width

Triangle

Area = Base x Height (cut the answer in half and that is your area)

Parallelogram

Area = Base x Height

Circle

Area = Radius x Radius x 3.14

Specific

Square

Area = Side x Side

Rectangle

Area = Length x Width

Triangle

Area = Base x Height (cut the answer in half and that is your area)

Parallelogram

Area = Base x Height

Circle

Area = Radius x Radius x 3.14

Aug 30, 2011 | Computers & Internet

Venn diagram is used to compare and contrast to things.
To make a Venn diagram, think of two things you want to compare.
Draw two circles side by side overlapping them. the overlapping can be as big or as small as you want. this area will be where you list the things that are the same.
label the item on the top of each circle (e.g "Apple" on the upper Right cicle and "orange" on the upper LEft circle)
then write the distinct things of the first item on the area that is not overlapping..
do it on the other side that is not overlapping for the second item.

hope this helps.

hope this helps.

Jul 07, 2011 | Computers & Internet

Hello,

Thanks for using FixYa.

- This lot does not have the form or a regular quadrilateral (rectangle, square, parallelogram, etc.)
- So you cannot calculate its area, you have to know exactly the shape it has.
- With polygons, one usually cuts them into triangles.
- You have to cut it into two triangles,
- measure the base and the height of each triangle,
- use the area formula for the triangle ( area = heightX base/2)
- After you calculate the areas of both triangles, you add them to get the area of the the whole lot in ft^2.
- Using the conversion formula between acres and ft^2 which is 1 acre=43560 ft^2, you divide the area of the lot in square feet by the number 43560 ft^2 and express the result as a percentage or a fraction .

Thanks for using FixYa.

Nov 19, 2009 | Calculated Industries Pocket Real Estate...

Hello,

Some wires got crossed here. A cube is a solid (a 3D object), whereas a rectangle and a square are 2D figures. You cannot compare a 2D figure with a 3D figure any more than you can compare say a parking lot and a highrise building.

A rectangle is a quadrilateral (closed polygon with 4 sides). In a rectangle, opposite sides are parallel and equal in length. In a rectangle all 4 angles are equal, each measuring 90 degrees.

All this is true for a square, except that all sides are now equal. So you can say that a square is a special kind of rectangle, namely, a rectangle with equal sides.

Hope it helps.

Some wires got crossed here. A cube is a solid (a 3D object), whereas a rectangle and a square are 2D figures. You cannot compare a 2D figure with a 3D figure any more than you can compare say a parking lot and a highrise building.

A rectangle is a quadrilateral (closed polygon with 4 sides). In a rectangle, opposite sides are parallel and equal in length. In a rectangle all 4 angles are equal, each measuring 90 degrees.

All this is true for a square, except that all sides are now equal. So you can say that a square is a special kind of rectangle, namely, a rectangle with equal sides.

Hope it helps.

Oct 08, 2009 | The Learning Company Achieve! Math &...

Hello,

There is no such thing as an**irregular** rectangle. This being said, I believe that the area of a parallelogram is **still** equal to the product of the base by the height.

Draw your parallelogram with one side horizontal. From the next corner, draw a line perpendicular to the base. The length of the segment you just drew is h. If b is the length of the base the area is b*h.

Hope it helps.

There is no such thing as an

Draw your parallelogram with one side horizontal. From the next corner, draw a line perpendicular to the base. The length of the segment you just drew is h. If b is the length of the base the area is b*h.

Hope it helps.

Oct 08, 2009 | The Learning Company Achieve! Math &...

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