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how do u find the area of a rhombus?

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  1. Pac1f1cIslander
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    Do you know the "base times Height" method?

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  2. yash2651995
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    same way as that of parallelogram: side's length into perpendicular distance b/w sides

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  3. smily
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    okay so u just multiply them together?

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  4. yash2651995
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    ya..

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    okay thanks :)

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  6. abdul_shabeer
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    Half of the product of the diagonals is another way to find the area of a rhombus.

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    ya.. that's another way.. it just came into my mind too..

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    haha okay well... thanks

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