# In a rhombus ABCD

Given a rhombus ABCD, According to the problem, it is given that C = 700.

We know that in a rhombus, the sum of adjacent angles is 1800.

The opposite angles are equal.

So, we can say that;

A = C.

B = D.

C + D = 1800.

From the values and equations, we can write that,

A = 700.

700 + D = 1800

D = 1800 - 700

D = 1100.

B = 1100.

The angles A, B, D is 700, 1100, 1100.

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