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Find the base of a parallelogram with a height of 9.7 meters and an area of 58.2 square meters.

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    the area of a parallelogram is found by the formula A=BH

    with your information we have 58.2=B*9.7 just use algebra to figure out the base. ie divide 58.2 by 9.7

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