Area of Rhombus
To calculate the area of a rhombus, we need to know a length of its base side and perpendicular height. The rhombus is 2D shape, which has two pairs of parallel sides. All of its sides have the same length. The area of the rhombus means a size of a cover area by the rhombus. For example, the area of a rhombus garden. The elementary unit of the area is one square metre, it means the second power of one metre (1 m2).
Area of Rhombus - formula
Area of Rhombus = base length x perpendicular height
A = a × h