[tex]\huge {\underline {\underline \pink{ƛƝƧƜЄƦ}}}[/tex] [tex] \bf area = \frac{1}{2} \times d1 \times d2[/tex] [tex] \bf area = \frac{1}{2} \times 10 \times 5.1[/tex] [tex] \bf area = 5 \times 5.1[/tex] [tex] \bf area = 25.5[/tex] Reply

Answer: [tex]area \: of \: rhombus \: = \frac{1}{2 } \times diagonal \: 1 \times diagonal2[/tex] substituting diagonal1 has 10cm and diagonals 2 as 5.1 cm we get, [tex] \frac{1}{2} \times 10 \times 5.1[/tex] canceling 2 and 10 we get 25.5 [tex]25.5 {cm}^{2} [/tex] Reply

[tex]\huge {\underline {\underline \pink{ƛƝƧƜЄƦ}}}[/tex]

[tex] \bf area = \frac{1}{2} \times d1 \times d2[/tex]

[tex] \bf area = \frac{1}{2} \times 10 \times 5.1[/tex]

[tex] \bf area = 5 \times 5.1[/tex]

[tex] \bf area = 25.5[/tex]

Answer:[tex]area \: of \: rhombus \: = \frac{1}{2 } \times diagonal \: 1 \times diagonal2[/tex]

substituting diagonal1 has 10cm and diagonals 2 as 5.1 cm we get,

[tex] \frac{1}{2} \times 10 \times 5.1[/tex]

canceling 2 and 10 we get

25.5

[tex]25.5 {cm}^{2} [/tex]