Posted by **Nicole** on Sunday, December 19, 2010 at 5:23pm.

I am having difficulties solving this problem. It is part of a review for a Square Roots test for tomorrow. Here is the question:

A rhombus is a figure with two pairs of parallel sides all of equal length. Sketch the rhombus whose verticies are (1,0) , (6,0) , (5,3) , and (10,3). Find the midpoint of each diagonal. What do you notice about these midpoints?

I just need help setting the problem up.

Thank you! :D

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