In 6th Grade Geometry, solving for the missing dimension of a parallelogram given the area can be a challenging task for students. However, with the right approach and practice, it can become an achievable goal. “Solve for missing dimension of a parallelogram given area quiz” is providing the students with a series of questions where they need to use the area formula to find the missing dimension of the parallelogram. For example, if the area of the parallelogram is 24 square units and the base is 6 units, then A=bh becomes 24=6h, which simplifies to 4=h by dividing both sides by 6. Therefore, the height of the parallelogram is 4 units.