Posted by **Joel** on Thursday, December 1, 2011 at 11:17am.

The measure of the side of rhombus GHIJ is equal to the measure of the side of square RSTU. Which statement about the two quadrilaterals must be true?

A. Their angle measures are equal.

B. Their diagonal measures are equal.

C. Their areas are equal in measure.

D. Their perimeters are equal.

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