Diamond

Definition of Diamond

Diamond is a parallelogram with four equal sides.

More About Diamond

    Another name for diamond is rhombus, so all the properties of rhombus hold true for diamond.

Example of Diamond

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    In the above figure, the four sides namely AB, BC, CD, DA are parallel and equal. So, ABCD is a diamond.

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Solved Example on Diamond

Ques: Find the area of a diamond with diagonals 14 cm and 12 cm.

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    Choices:
    A. 84 cm2
    B. 26 cm2
    C. 13 cm2
    D. 64 cm2
    Correct Answer: A

Solution:

    Step 1: Area of diamond =  example of  Diamond [Formula.]
    Step 2: =  example of  Diamond 14 12 [Substitute the values of d1 and d2.]
    Step 3: Area of the diamond = 84 cm2