Question
What is the area of parallelogram ABCD?
8.
11.3 in.
8 in
a. 32 in.2
b. 64 in.2
C. 91.2 in.2
d. 45.6 in.2

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What is the area of parallelogram ABCD? 8. 11.3 in. 8 in a. 32 in.2 b. 64 in.2 C. 91.2 in.2 d. 45.6 in.2

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