Answer :

Given:


AB = CD = 5cm


BDDC


BD = 6.8cm


Now, consider the parallelogram ABCD


Here, let DC be the base of the parallelogram then BD becomes its altitude (height).


Area of the parallelogram is given by: Base × Height


area of gm ABCD = CD×BD = 5×6.8 = 34cm2


area of gm ABCD = 34cm2.

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