Instruction

1

To determine the area need to be familiar with even a small list of properties belonging to the diamond:

opposite angles are always equal;

- diagonals are perpendicular to each other;

- also diagonal at the point of intersection are divided in half;

- the diagonals divide the angles in half, so are the bisectors;

- the angles adjacent to one side of the sum to 180°;

Detail has been written about the diagonals of a rhombus that is not in vain, because they are used in the formula to find the area.

First formula: S=d1*d2/2 where d1,d2 are the diagonals of the rhombus.

opposite angles are always equal;

- diagonals are perpendicular to each other;

- also diagonal at the point of intersection are divided in half;

- the diagonals divide the angles in half, so are the bisectors;

- the angles adjacent to one side of the sum to 180°;

Detail has been written about the diagonals of a rhombus that is not in vain, because they are used in the formula to find the area.

First formula: S=d1*d2/2 where d1,d2 are the diagonals of the rhombus.

2

The second formula uses the angle of a rhombus, adjacent to one of the parties, which is also used in the calculation.

S=a*2sin(α), where a is the side of the rhombus; α is the angle between the sides of a rhombus. To find from this angle, the sine will not be difficulty if you have a calculator you can find a value in a special table of sines.

S=a*2sin(α), where a is the side of the rhombus; α is the angle between the sides of a rhombus. To find from this angle, the sine will not be difficulty if you have a calculator you can find a value in a special table of sines.

3

The formula for calculating area of a rhombus that contains the sine of the angle, not the only one. There is the following method:

S=4r^2/sin(α). All values are known and understood, in addition to appeared r is the maximum radius of the circle that can fit in the figure.

S=4r^2/sin(α). All values are known and understood, in addition to appeared r is the maximum radius of the circle that can fit in the figure.

4

And the last formula:

S=a*H, where a, as clarified in advance is the side; H - the height of the rhombus.

S=a*H, where a, as clarified in advance is the side; H - the height of the rhombus.