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    Geometry Question ( Rhombus )

    Hi Guys,

    currently stuck with this relatively easy rhombus question.

    A Rombus ABCD has an area of [5 + (7√3∕3)] cm2. Given
    that the length of the diagonal AC is [ 1 + 4/3(√3)], find
    the length of the diagonal BD.


    Have no clue on what formula to use for rhombus at all.


    Please help !


    Thanks !
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    Hi liukawa,

    Area of rhombus= 1/2 x d1 xd2 where d1,d2 are diagonals


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