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  • 2 years ago

area of a Rhombus! Help needed.

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    There are three ways to find the area of a rhombus, but these two ways are the easiest. You can use A = ba (base times altitude/height) You can use A= 1/2(d1d2) (1 half or 0.5 times diagonal 1 times diagonal 2)

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    TYSM

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    1/2*20+15?

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    @anjali_pant

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    yup ! way to go ! :-)

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    it said i got it wrong D:

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