What is the area of a rhombus when d1=(x+4) and d2= (2y-4)?

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What is the area of a rhombus when d1=(x+4) and d2= (2y-4)?

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what does d1 and d2 refer to?
diagonal1 and diagonal2
ok the area is d1*d2/2 ->(x+4)*(2y-4) /2

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so would that be (2xy+8y-4x)/2?
dont forget to multiply the 4 by -4 -> (2xy + 8y-4x-16)/2
factor a 2 out which will cancel with the 2 in the denominator
looks like dumbcow isn't really dumb :)
why dont you go take a catnap
Would that become xy+4y-2x-8?
correct
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