Answer :

Consider a Rhombus PQRS,



According to the problem, it is given that:


PQ = 3x - 7.


QR = x + 3.


We know that the lengths of sides of a rhombus are equal.


So, we can clearly say that,


PQ = QR


3x - 7 = x + 3


3x - x = 3 + 7


2x = 10



x = 5 units


Now, let's find the length of each side,


PQ = 3x - 7


PQ = (3 × 5) - 7


PQ = 15 - 7


PQ = 8 units


Since all the sides of a rhombus are equal.


Length of side PS is 8units.


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