## Parallelograms, Trapeziums, Rhombuses and Kites

### Perimeter of Parallelograms

#### Finding the perimeter of Parallelograms is easy, all you have to do is measure the 4 sides of the parallelogram. (A + A + B + B) or (2A + 2B) ### Area of Parallelograms

#### Finding the area of parallelograms is easy, all you have to do is multiply the base by the height. ### Perimeter of Trapeziums

#### Finding the perimeter of Trapeziums is pretty easy, all you have to do is measure the 4 sides of the Trapezium. (A + B + C + D) ### Area of Trapeziums

#### Finding the area of trapeziums is a bit more difficult, but all you have to do is add the top and bottom numbers together then divide by 2, and multiply by the height. ### Perimeter of Rhombuses

#### Finding the perimeter of Rhombuses is pretty easy, all you have to do is measure the 4 sides of the Rhombus. Since all four sides of a Rhombus are the same, you can just use the formula (4A) ### Area of Rhombuses

#### Finding the area of rhombuses is a bit more difficult, but all you have to do find the values of the diagonals, multiply them together then half the answer. A rhombus is essentially half of a rectangle! ### Perimeter of Kites

#### Finding the perimeter of Kites is pretty easy, all you have to do is measure the 4 sides of the Kite. ### Area of Kites 