Area, base and corresponding altitude are x2, x-3 and x+4 respectively. Find the area of parallelogram.
Asked by prakash.sanyasi | 4th Jan, 2020, 05:09: PM
Area = base × height
x2 = (x-3)(x+4)
x2 = x2 + x - 12
x = 12
Answered by Arun | 4th Jan, 2020, 07:23: PM
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