In this math tutorial the instructor discusses the properties of a rhombus. He begins by saying that the properties of a rhombus are similar to the properties of a square. He says that the rhombus is a quadrilateral and hence the sum of internal angles of it is 360 degrees. He says that four sides of a rhombus are equal in length. He says that a rhombus has two diagonals which cross each other at their mid points and are perpendicular to each other but says that the lengths of diagonals are different. This video shows the different properties of the geometric shape rhombus.
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