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Its diagonals bisect each other at right angles

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Q: What property of a rhombus makes it convenient to place its diagonals on the x and y axis?
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What makes the diangonals in a rhombus speical?

Diagonals are not equal but they intersect at right angles

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Opposite sides are equal and parallel but diagonals are only equal in certain specific circumstances eg when all angles are equal, which makes it a square rather than a rhombus.

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