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Easy way: Verify the 4th vertex by drawing on a graphing paper. The count the total of squares it occupies. The only problem with this is that you should draw the side accurately.. I can't so I chose to compute. :))

But parallelograms have 4 vertices. Try solving for it first. Then draw it. The formula for the area will also depend on what kind of parallelogram it is. :)

First, you need to find the 4th vertex. To find that, you need to find the slope from point (2,5) and point (0,-1).

Slope is rise over run or (y2-y1) over (x2-x1). The slope is 6/2. So from point (-5,-3) you need to count 2 spaces to the right of -5 which is equal to (-3). Count 6 spaces to the to of -3 which will be equal to (+3). So the 4h point/vertex is found on (-3,3).

To find the area use the matrix form. I'll attach a picture for you

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Easy way:

Verify the 4th vertex by drawing on a graphing paper.

The count the total of squares it occupies.

The only problem with this is that you should draw the side accurately..

I can't so I chose to compute. :))