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posted by Carly .
in quadrilateral ABCD AC is a diagonol, m<ACD=2x+4 and m<ACB=5x11 what proves ABCD a rhombus

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Steve
It's a rhombus if the diagonal bisects the angles. So, if
2x+4 = 5x11
the ABCD is a rhombus
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