Good evening ,
2nd diagona = 24 cm
rhombus area = 120 cm²
Look at the photo below for more details.
1) Perimeter = 4a
52 = 4a
a = 13
2)A = p
insert the diagonal (p) and side (a) into the equation
Rotation changes nothing about the geometric relationships within the figure. Angle measures are unchanged; side lengths are unchanged.
The acute angles of an isosceles right triangle are (180° -90°)/2 = 45°. This is true regardless of the orientation of the triangle with respect to any coordinate axes.
The measures of the legs of your triangle are 0 -(-4) = 4 = (1 - (-3)). Rotating the figure any amount in any direction around any center doesn't change that.
I'm pretty sure it's b ''the number of chargers increases''