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Difference & Similarity between Rhombus & Rectangle

Area of Rhombus Difference & Similarity between Rhombus & Rectangle Difference & Similarity between Rhombus & Square Difference & Similarity between Rhombus & Parallelogram Construction of Rhombus with Compass

  • A Rhombus is a quadrilateral
  • A Rectangle is also a quadrilateral
  • Opposite sides of Rhombus are parallel to each other
  • Opposite sides of rectangle are also parallel to each other
  • Adjacent Angles of Rhombus are supplementary
  • Adjacent angles of Rectangle are also supplementary
  • Diagonals of Rhombus bisect each other at point of intersection
  • Diagonals of Rectangle also bisect each other at the point of intersection
  • All sides of Rhombus are of equal length
  • Only Opposite sides of rectangle are of equal length
  • Only opposite angles of Rhombus are of equal measure
  • All angles of rectangle are of 90 degree each i.e. right angled at each Vertex
  • Diagonals of Rhombus are perpendicular to each other at point of intersection
  • Diagonals of Rectangle are not perpendicular to each other at point of intersection
  • Diagonals of Rhombus are of unequal length
  • Diagonals of Rectangle are of equal length


  • Hence you can observe the similarities between Rhombus and Rectangle. The highlighted part is the difference between a Rhombus and Rectangle

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