There is no such thing as an "angle rhombus".
The opposite angles of a rhombus are equal, adjacent ones are supplementary.
A rhombus which has at least one angle a right angle (i.e. a square which is a special type of rhombus)
it wouldn't be a rhombus if it had a right angle.
A rhombus is not an angel. One angle of a rhombus can have any value in the range (0, 180) degrees. The opposite angle is the same, and the other two are supplementary.
An angle in a rhombus can be any value less than 180 degrees. However, if the angle is 90 degrees, the rhombus becomes a square.
Any shape which has an angle can have an angle bisector.
No. A rhombus is only a square if the rhombus contains at least 1 right angle.
The opposite angles of a rhombus are congruent. So the angle opposite to the given angle is also 35 degrees. The consecutive angles of a rhombus are supplementary (add up to 180 degrees). So the supplement angle of the given angle is 145 degrees (180 - 35), and the angle opposite to that angle also will be 145 degrees.
The sum of the angles in a rhombus equal a straight angle (180o).
A rhombus must have a pair of opposite angles which are obtuse (and equal).
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