Q: Is a rhombus a bisects a pair of opposite angles?

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A rhombus has a pair of opposite equal acute angles and a pair of opposite equal obtuse angles and the four angles add up to 360 degrees.

A rhombus has a pair of equal acute angles opposite one another. The other two angles are supplementary to these and so are also equal.

Any regular polygon with an even number of sides will have diagonals that satisfy this requirement.

Not enough information. Consecutive angles add up to 90 degrees. Opposite angles are congruent and vary depending on how flat the rhombus is.

The opposite angles of a rhombus are congruent so there must be at least two pair of same sized angles. Since a square is a rhombus, we could have all 4 angles of equal size too.

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The diagonals of a rhombus are lines drawn from one corner, or vertex, to the opposite one. They have two important properties. 1. Diagonals bisects a pair of opposite angles. 2. Diagonals are !!perpendicular!!

A rhombus has a pair of opposite equal acute angles and a pair of opposite equal obtuse angles and the four angles add up to 360 degrees.

A rhombus has a pair of opposite equal acute angles and a pair of opposite equal obtuse angles and the four angles add up to 360 degrees.

In general a rhombus has one opposite pair of congruent acute angles and one opposite pair of congruent obtuse angles. A square, however, is a rhombus with four right angles.

A rhombus is never a kite.A rhombus is a parallelogram with all its sides equal in length. Opposite angles are therefore equal and the rhombus is symmetrical about each of its diagonals.A kite is a quadrilateral having two pairs of adjacent sides equal in length. Only one pair of opposite angles is equal and the kite is symmetrical about the line that bisects the unequal opposite angles. A kite does not have any parallel sides.

Yes: one of them, but the other diagonal does not.

A rhombus has 4 congruent angles when its diagonals intersect each other at right angles otherwise it has a pair of opposite equal acute angles and a pair of opposite obtuse angles.

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

The diagonals bisect one another in a rhombus.

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A Rhombus is a type of parallelogram. As such, the opposite angles are equal. That tells us that it has two pair of equal angles. ( The two pair of equal angles are each angle and its opposite---that being the one across from it)