Study guides

☆☆

Q: Are all the angle in a rhombus equal?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Related questions

A rhombus is a special case of a parallelogram, where all sides are equal length. A rhombus and a parallelogram have the opposite vertices are equal angles, but adjacent angles are not necessarily equal.

There is no such thing as an "angle rhombus". The opposite angles of a rhombus are equal, adjacent ones are supplementary.

The sum of the angles in a rhombus equal a straight angle (180o).

A rhombus has four sides of equal length; all angles add to 360 degrees. The special case of a rhombus is a square when not only all sides are equal abut also all angles are equal. Each angle is a right angle, 360/4 = 90 degrees. No other rhombus has equal angles

Opposite angles of a rhombus are equal and the sum of all four angles is that of any quadrilateral: 360o.

A rhombus

Properties of rhombus that square has :- * All sides are equal. Properties of rectangle that square has :- *Each angle is 90 degree. *Diagonals are equal.

A rhombus must have a pair of opposite angles which are obtuse (and equal).

Such a rhombus is not possible as it would not have all its sides equal. Or you can keep all angles right angles and call it a square.

The Answer:A rhombus is a 2-dimensional, 4 sided (all in which are equal), parallelogram. Since it is a parallelogram, every opposite angle is the same, meaning that a rhombus with 1 right angle makes the rhombus a square.

A rhombus has 4 equal sides but no corner right angles.

A rhombus is a 4 equal sided quadrilateral and has 2 equal opposite acute angles and 2 equal opposite obtuse angles and they all add up to 360 degrees.

People also asked