# SOLUTION: I need to find the area of a parallelogram but I don't know what the height is. The lengths of the sides are 14 and 7 and I am given one angle that is 45 degrees. How do I find the

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 Question 402992: I need to find the area of a parallelogram but I don't know what the height is. The lengths of the sides are 14 and 7 and I am given one angle that is 45 degrees. How do I find the height?Answer by jim_thompson5910(28598)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Hint: Given a parallelogram with sides 'a' and 'b' with an acute angle 'x', the area of this parallelogram is Note: if you're given an obtuse angle, you can use the idea that the adjacent angles are supplementary to find the supplement acute angle. If each angle is a right angle, then the area is simply (ie we're now dealing with a rectangle).