Q: What makes a rhombus a rhumbus?

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No, a rectangle cannot ever be a rhumbus - nor a rhombus (to give its correct selling).

The main difference is that a square is a geometric shape whereas a rhumbus is a word with no meaning.The main difference between a square and a rhombus is that all the angles of a square are equal. In a rhombus, there are two pairs of equal opposite angles.

The formula for a rhombus is as follows: "a closed 2-dimensional figure with four straight sides of equal length".

If those are the diagonals of the rhombus then its area: 0.5*14*8 = 112 square cm

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rhumbus

No, a rectangle cannot ever be a rhumbus - nor a rhombus (to give its correct selling).

Yes, except that the word is rhombus, not rhumbus!.

Nothing, since there is no such word.However, a rhombus is a quadrilateral whose sides are of equal length.

The main difference is that a square is a geometric shape whereas a rhumbus is a word with no meaning.The main difference between a square and a rhombus is that all the angles of a square are equal. In a rhombus, there are two pairs of equal opposite angles.

If those are the diagonals of the rhombus then its area: 0.5*14*8 = 112 square cm

The formula for a rhombus is as follows: "a closed 2-dimensional figure with four straight sides of equal length".

Since there is no such thing as a rhumbus, I guess the answer must be "none".

The answer depends on what information you have about the rhombus and on how much mathematics you know. I suppose the simplest is:Area = a^2*sin(x) where a is the length of the sides, and x is an interior angle.

Yes.

A rhumbus?

Always: that's what makes a rhombus a rhombus. A+ Homies