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# The area of a rhombus is 702 sq cm. If one of its diagonal is 54 cm long, what is the length of the other?

Answer :

Length of Diagonal =

Given :

Area of rhombus = 702 sq cm

Length of one diagonal = 54 cm

Length of Diagonal =

⇒ Length of Diagonal = 26 cm

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