Q: What is altitude for rhombus?

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Perimeter = 4*Side so that Side = Perimeter/4 Area of a rhombus = Side * Altitude so Altitude = Area/Side = Area/(Perimeter/4) = 4*Area/Perimeter

The rhombus has four sides of equal length, so you just multiply any of the sides by 4.

With perimeter 10 and all sides equal fora rhombus, each side (base) is 10/4 = 2.5 inch Area = base times altitude = 2.5 x 12 = 30

If the side is 11 then the perimeter is 44.The altitude is irrelevant. It can be anything less than 11, with no effect on the perimeter.

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Perimeter = 4*Side so that Side = Perimeter/4 Area of a rhombus = Side * Altitude so Altitude = Area/Side = Area/(Perimeter/4) = 4*Area/Perimeter

Find the area of a rhombus whose side is 6 cm and whose altitude is 4 cm? . Area = base * height Altitude = height. Altitude = 4 cm . A rhombus has all 4 sides equal, so the base = 6 cm . Area = base * height . Area = ____sq. cm.

Rhombus is an equilateral four sided form. If one side is 6, the perimeter is 4 x 6 = 24. The altitude makes no difference.

A = baWhere A = areab = length of the basea = altitude (height).

The rhombus has four sides of equal length, so you just multiply any of the sides by 4.

With perimeter 10 and all sides equal fora rhombus, each side (base) is 10/4 = 2.5 inch Area = base times altitude = 2.5 x 12 = 30

If the side is 11 then the perimeter is 44.The altitude is irrelevant. It can be anything less than 11, with no effect on the perimeter.

60 and 120 degrees.

130 is the area.

That is one of the ways of finding the area of a rhombus. The area is half the product of the diagonals. In this case, 1/2 of 7 x 4.4 or .154. You can also find the area of a rhombus by using one side as the base and finding an altitude for that base and multiplying them. There is a third way using trigonometry.