Have you ever imagined, what our world will be like with no shapes? If there will be no shape then there will be no perfect houses with symmetrical shapes, no benches, no signboards, even no paper sheet, etc. Even, the earth is known to have a spherical shape. Almost everything we can imagine has a particular shape and size. We are surrounded by different shapes without even noticing. Learning about shapes can never be boring. This is the topic that many students find interesting to learn because they can apply this particular concept of shapes in their real lives too. Students are much interested in learning about these shapes because they are unique, have fixed points. There are many shapes with different points, vertices, etc. Besides primary figures, some other shapes can have more sides such as are pentagon, hexagon, etc. There can be some shapes too which are made up of the same boundary have different forms, it is a parallel quad or rhombus. Talking about the rhombus, it has many similarities to a square. As both belong to the family of quadrilaterals, they share some similar properties.

## Here are some features of this unique shape:

1. Have four sides – Just like the square, the figure also includes four corners, which are equal and parallel to each other. This figure shares the points of the parallelogram too so, its opposite sides are parallel to each other.
2. Shows similar properties even cut into half – If we cut a rhombus into two then we will get two rhombuses. Being the sides parallel to each other if the rhombus is cut into half, the half will be similar to its other half. The two rhombuses will show similar properties to the original rhombus because the sides are parallel to each other. We can get four triangles of 90-degree angle which can show properties of congruence.
3. Can form four triangles – In a rhombus, diagonals can bisect each other, if they bisect the diagonals we can get four triangles out of one rhombus. If we join the mid-point of asides of a rhombus, we can get a rectangle out of it. The sides are parallel to each other a rectangle can be formed each the midpoints are joined.
4. Congruent angle – The side angles of a rhombus are congruent with each other. The angles which lie on the opposite parallel sides are the rhombus share the same angle. If the bisect the rhombus we will get angles mid-point angles of the same degree.
5. Perimeter and area – The formula to calculate the perimeter formula – p=4s. Here, P depicts the perimeter, s is the symbol to represent sides. As all the sides of a rhombus are equal one side can be multiplied four times to get the sum of the perimeter. To find the area of rhombus the formula hereby is 1⁄2 d1*d2. Here d is used as a symbol to represent diagonal. Diagonals have the main feature in the rhombus that makes it distract from other shapes.