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Area of a Rhombus

Rule

Area of a Rhombus

The area of a rhombus can be calculated using the following formula.

Here, represents the side length of the rhombus and the distance between two parallel sides.

An alternative formula for the area of a rhombus can be derived using the lengths of its diagonals, and

The area of the rhombus is then written as half the product of the diagonals' lengths.