A rhombus shape can be seen in everyday life as a kite. A kite, despite having a rhombus-like shape, is not a rhombus.
A parallelogram, which is a simple quadrilateral with two sets of parallel sides, is a form of shape known as a rhombus. The rhombus is flat and has four equal, straight sides. The opposite angles are equal, and all four sides have the same length.
Use the following equation to determine a rhombus’s area: area = height x side length. Simply multiply the side length by four to obtain the perimeter.