Given the sides of Parallelogram then calculate the circumference.
Input: a = 10, b = 8 Output: 36.00 Input: a = 25.12, b = 20.4 Output: 91.04
The opposite sides of a parallelogram are of equal length and parallel. The angles are pairwise equal but not necessarily 90 degree. The circumference of a Parallelogram can be computed as sum of two adjacent sides each multiplied by 2.
Formula used to calculate circumference of a Parallelogram:
Circumference of a given parallelogram is : 36.00
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