(2) Draw a rhombus of sides 6 centimetres and one angle 60°, then draw a right triangle of the same area.​

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(2) Draw a rhombus of sides 6 centimetres and one angle 60°, then draw
a right triangle of the same area.​

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Aubrey 1 week 2021-11-19T15:42:23+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    angle at A, then draw segment AD of length 6. … The idea is to notice that your rhombus ABCD is actually made of 2 equilateral triangles (look at triangle ABD: if it’s isosceles, with 2 sides = 6, and has an angle at the tip of 60 degrees, it follows that the other 2 angles are equal and of measure 60 degrees as well)

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