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04 Jun 2012, 18:41

1) AC is perpendicular to BD

Could someone please explain with a diagram along with any useful properties of rhombus(if any to solve these kind of problems)

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05 Jun 2012, 01:34
karthiksms wrote:

1) AC is perpendicular to BD

Could someone please explain with a diagram along with any useful properties of rhombus(if any to solve these kind of problems)

Thanks!

Both kite and rhombus have the diagonals perpendicular to each other and the sum of the opposite sides equal to each other. So, ABCD can be a kite or a rhombus. Look at the diagram below:
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For more on this subject check Polygons chapter of Math Book: math-polygons-87336.html

Hope it helps.
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