# Base and Height of a Parallelogram Worksheets

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Make optimum use of our free finding the base and height of a parallelogram from area worksheets to help kids get used to working with the properties of parallelograms and obtaining the unknown dimensions. Well illustrated and easy to go through, each of the 9 problems in this collection displays the area of a parallelogram and either its base or height. Children are expected to determine the unknown measure using the correct formula. These printable worksheets are available in both customary and metric units.

CCSS: 7.G

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Integers | Worksheet #1

Explore the wealth of practice in this pdf worksheet where the dimensions of each parallelogram are given as integers. First, figure out how the area = base x height. Then, plug the values and solve for the unknown base or height.

Integers | Worksheet #2

Finding the height is no strenuous task! All there's to do is divide the area by the base. Similarly, find the base by dividing the area by the height. We recommended this printable worksheet for 6th grade and 7th grade students.

Decimals | Worksheet #1

How do you find the base or height when the area and one of the dimensions are expressed as decimals? Switch the variables of the specified measurements and solve for the missing dimension. Use answer keys if required.

Decimals | Worksheet #2

This finding the base or height of a parallelogram worksheet will get your kids all revved up! Let them use their industry and speed to determine the undisclosed value of ‘x’. Ace it with tons of focus and heaps of practice!

Fractions | Worksheet #1

Let your knowledge of parallelograms and their dimensions go from fair to perfect! Examine the area of parallelograms and the dimensions given as fractions through and through, and solve this free pdf exercise.

Fractions | Worksheet #2

Help your arithmetic prowess go from strength to strength! Observe the given dimensions, substitute the values in the formula, and solve for the unknown. Suitable for grade 6, grade 7, and grade 8 students.