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# The length of a parallelogram's one side is 6 and another

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The length of a parallelogram's one side is 6 and another side is 7. What is(are) possibly the area of the parallelogram?

I) 21 II) 42 III) 84

1) I only
2) II only
3) III only
4) I and II only
5) I and III only
6) II and III only
7) I, II, and III
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10 Dec 2007, 16:32
walker wrote:
4.

min: 0
max: 6*7=42

Yes, 4 should be the answer as the maximum area is 42, the area of a 6 x 7 rectangle.
10 Dec 2007, 16:32
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