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Chapter: Areas and Volumes Section: Areas of Parallelograms and Trapezoids
 

Problem: 1

Obtain the area of the parallelogram.


Problem: 3

Find the area of the parallelogram shown.


Problem: 5

Find the area of the given polygon.


Problem: 7

Obtain the area of the parallelogram.

 

Problem: 9

Determine the area of the trapezoid shown.


Problem: 11

Obtain the area of the given trapezoid.


Problem: 13

Obtain the area of the trapezoid.


Problem: 15

Find the area of the given polygon.

 

Problem: 17

Compute the area of the figure described.

Trapezoid: height, 6 in., bases 4 in and 5 in.

 

Problem: 19

Compute the area of the figure described.

Trapezoid: height 4.3 m, bases 12 m and 13 m.

 

Problem: 21

Find the unknown value of a parallelogram given.

Area = 228 cm 2 , height = 15.2 cm, base =

 

Problem: 23

Find the unknown value of a trapezoid given.

Area = 150 m 2 , height = 10 m, one base = 20 m, other base =

 

Problem: 25

Compute the area of the figure described.

Parallelogram: base ft, height 4 ft

 

Problem: 27

Draw a parallelogram with the given vertices. Obtain its area.

W (–3, 0), X (–4, 2), Y (2, 0), Z (1, 2)

 

Problem: 29

Compute the area of the given figure.

 

Problem: 31

Obtain the area of the shaded region.

 

Problem: 33

Determine the length of the red segment in the parallelogram shown.

 

Problem: 35

Draw a figure on grid paper to show that a trapezoid and a triangle can make a parallelogram. Find the area of the figure.

 

Problem: 37

Copy the figure. Divide the polygon into smaller polygons and determine its area.

 

Problem: 39

The length of one a base of a trapezoid is four times the length of the other. If the height of the trapezoid is 6 units and its area is 30 sq. units, find the length of the bases.