Geometry 1

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This is probably quite simple, but I was sick and missed the last few lessons. Anyway, here's the problem:

Draw, mark, and label each figure:

Rhombus EQUL with diagonals EU and QL
intersecting at A.
The intersecting at A is what's confusing me--as I said probably simple, but I have no clue.

  • Geometry 1 -

    There is no question here.
    What don't you understand about point A? It is where the lines EU and QL intersect. For a rhombus, the two intersecting lines will be perpendicular.

    A rhombus is a parallelogram with four equal side lengths.

    We cannot draw the figure for you.

  • Geometry 1 -

    I understand that no one does work for anyone else here, but I do suppose that i could have stated my mis-understanding better.

    I didn't understand whether A was a fixed point or not. ... yeah. I feel stupid. Anyway, I understand it now, so i suppose that a 'thank you' should generally be in order. .... I suppose.

  • Geometry 1 -

    ok i don't understand negga

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