Any formula for the height of a rhombus will depend on the information that you do have. Without that, all that can be said is that, if the sides of the rhombus are x units, then 0 < h < x where the height is h units.
If h = 0 then the rhombus degenerates into a flat line, while at h = x it becomes a square.
Area = length*perpendicular height or 0.5*the product of its diagonals
It depends on what the formula is for (perimeter, are, length of side, height, angles, etc) and what information you have (same list).
There is no general formula to "work out" a rhombus. It all depends on the information that you have and the information that you require.
The formula is: Volume = 0.A rhombus is a 2-dimensional figure.None of those has any volume.
According to my maths teacher its: length x vertical height ------------------------------- 2 Hope I helped :)
It is its vertical perpendicular height
The area of a rhombus is calculated by multiplying the base x the vertical height.
There is no specific "formula." If you want the area of a rhombus, that is just A = bh/2 or (1/2)xy where x and y are the lengths of the diagonals.
Perimeter of a rhombus = 4 x (length of one side)(Notice how closely the formula resemblesthe one for the perimeter of a square.)
1/2 d1 d2
All the 4 sides of a rhombus are equal, so 4 times the length of a side.