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To calculate the area of the rhombus:

- Using the base and height.
- Using the diagonals

Using the base and height:

**We multiply the base with height to get the area of a rhombus.**Area of rhombus $=\phantom{\rule{0.147em}{0ex}}b\times h$ square units.

Where '\(b\)' is denoted as

**base**, and '\(h\)' is denoted as**height**.Using the diagonals: We multiply both the diagonals, and then divide by \(2\) to get the area of a rhombus.

Area of rhombus $=\frac{1}{2}{d}_{1}\times {d}_{2}$ square units.

Where '\(d\)' is denoted as

**diagonals**.