Rhombus  Definition with Examples
What is Rhombus?
Rhombus is a special type of a parallelogram whose all sides are equal.
The difference between a square and rhombus is that all angles of a square are right angles, but the angles of a rhombus need not be right angles.
So, a rhombus with right angles becomes a square.
We can say, “Every square is rhombus but all rhombus are not square.”
Properties of a rhombus
The given table describes the properties of a rhombus.
All sides of a rhombus are equal. Here, AB = BC = CD = DA. 

Diagonals bisect each other at 90° Here, diagonals AC and BD bisect each other at 90° 

Opposite sides are parallel in a rhombus. Opposite angles are equal in a rhombus. Here, AB ∥ CD and AD ∥ BC. ∟A = ∟C and ∟B = ∟D. 

Adjacent angles add up to 180°. ∠A + ∠B = 180° ∠B + ∠C = 180° ∠C + ∠D = 180° ∠A + ∠D = 180° 
Reallife examples
Rhombus can be found in a variety of things around us, such as a kite, windows of a car, rhombusshaped earring, the structure of a building, mirrors, and even a section of the baseball field.
Fun Facts about rhombus

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