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@ganeshie8, please help!

http://prntscr.com/3eu6hv

Ohhh...duh.
Apparently I'm going to be stupid today, brilliant. Thnx for the help! :)

u figured how to work the problem ?

yes, I did

show me ur complete work

For the first problem?

for both

Ah...ok

what ever u have so far...

just a mo, then

working on the second question now

Are you given instructions that u need to work it by graphing ?

Yeah, they taught graphing and the distance formula and whatnot

no, i mean did the instructions specifically ask u to do this by graphing ?

cuz, u should NOT use graphing unless the instructions say so

Those were the directions they gave me

cool :) then you're right ! they want u work it by graphing

ok :)

good :)
your length of sides, and perimeter are correct.
but Area is wrong.

squaring sides will not give u Area for a rhombus.

ohh..just looked it up A - diagonal x diagonal/2

Area of rhombus = \(\frac{1}{2} d_1 d_2\)

yes^

Great, now I have to find the diagonals, lol

its easy from graph

horizontal diagonal = 3--3 = 6
vertical diagonal = 3--3 = 6

So, Area = \(\frac{1}{2} d_1 d_2 = \frac{1}{2} 6*6 = 18\)

And that makes the given rhombus a SQUARE !

so the given parallelogram is not just a rhombus, its also a SQUARE !

for the `type of parallelogram `, you should say that its a `square`

if that makes any sense..

The parallelogram is a rhombus and a square?

just say its a SQUARE !

rhomus: all equal sides, two pairs of equal angles
square: equal sides, equal angles

oh, ok

Does that change my equation for the area, then?

a square is many things

yes it will change ur formula, but the answer will be same

I see that, lol

let me modify it and give u

it will be?

ok

here is the corrected stuff for question 1 :
http://prntscr.com/3euc4h

how do you find the diagonals inside a rhombus?

use the distance formula

oh, its the same process, ok, hold on

ok, i presume u knw what a diagonal is :)

it just connects the opposite vertices

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^^those two line segments joining opposite vertices are diagonals

diagonals are not equal in rhombus

so u need to calculate the 2nd diagonal also using distance formula

and then use the area of rhombus formula :
Area = \(\frac{1}{2}d_1 d_2\)

looks good !

thnx! :D