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I need help with finding the height of a rhombus whose diagnols are 18 and 80.

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    Approximately 18.4736882. If you remember that a rhombus has diagonals that are perpendicular bisectors of each other then you can find each side of the rhombus. Finding the area of the rhombus will allow us to find the height of the triangle (from the base of the rhombus to where the diagonals meet. Then we multiply by two and get the 18.4736882.

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