This geometry video tutorial explains how to calculate the area of a rhombus using side lengths and diagonals based on a simple formula. This video contains ...

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This hindi video deals with how to find the area and perimeter of a Rhombus. This video is helpful for SSC CGl, class 10, 9 and 8. Click to visit the homepage of ...

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Who doesn't like kites? If you were going to make your own out of a piece of cloth, then knowing the area of the kite would be helpful, right? Let's see how it's ...

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This geometry review tutorial explains how to calculate the area of a rectangle, triangle, square, parallelogram, circle, sector of a circle, trapezoid, and ...

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This geometry video tutorial provides a basic introduction into the rhombus. It explains how to calculate the area of a rhombus as well as the perimeter.

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8.5 Kites - diagonals & angles - 5 exercises the 1st two involve angle measures, the last three involve finding the lengths of sides, given diagonal lengths.

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Constructing a square whose side length is congruent to a given segment. This same technique can be used to construct a rectangle - the only difference is in ...

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