Every geometric problem is based on data, and the solution is divided into several different questions. One of the most popular questions, and the one most likely to appear on your test, is the question about the area of a rhombus. As is well known, a rhombus consists of $2$different triangles. If so, how do you calculate its area?

Rhombus Formula

$Area=\frac{Diagonal_1\times Diagonal_2}{2}$

The formula to calculate the area of a rhombus: Diagonal $\times$ Diagonal, divided by $2$.

Another formula you can think of for the area of a rhombus (depending on the information provided by the question): Base $\times$ Height.