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11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

Side of a parallelogram when diagonal and the angle between diagonals are given
Side=sqrt((Diagonal 1)^2+(Diagonal 2)^2-(2*Diagonal 1*Diagonal 2*Angle Between Two Diagonals))/2 GO
Inradius of a rhombus when diagonals are given
Inradius=(Diagonal 1*Diagonal 2)/(2*sqrt(Diagonal 1^2+Diagonal 2^2)) GO
Area of a Parallelogram when diagonals are given
Area=(1/2)*Diagonal 1*Diagonal 2*sin(Angle Between Two Diagonals) GO
Side of a parallelogram when diagonal and the other side is given
Side B=sqrt(2*(Diagonal 1)^2+2*(Diagonal 2)^2-4*(Side A)^2)/2 GO
Side of a parallelogram when diagonal and the other side is given
Side A=sqrt(2*(Diagonal 1)^2+2*(Diagonal 2)^2-4*(Side B)^2)/2 GO
Inradius of a rhombus when one diagonal and half-angle is given
Inradius=(Diagonal 1*sin(Half angle between sides))/2 GO
Diagonal of a Parallelogram (Diagonal 2)
Diagonal 2=sqrt(2*Side A^2+2*Side B^2-Diagonal 1^2) GO
Side of a Rhombus when Diagonals are given
Side A=sqrt((Diagonal 1)^2+(Diagonal 2)^2)/2 GO
Inradius of a rhombus when diagonals and side are given
Inradius=(Diagonal 1*Diagonal 2)/(4*Side) GO
Side of a Rhombus when diagonals are given
Side=sqrt(Diagonal 1^2+Diagonal 2^2)/2 GO
Area of a Kite when diagonals are given
Area=(Diagonal 1*Diagonal 2)/2 GO

11 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

angle made by direction cosines of two lines in sine form
Angle A= asin(sqrt(((Direction cosine with respect to x axis*Direction cosine 2 with respect to y axis)- (Direction cosine 2 with respect to x axis*Direction cosine with respect to y axis))^2+((Direction cosine with respect to y axis*Direction cosine 2 with respect to z axis)-(Direction cosine 2 with respect to y axis*Direction cosine with respect to z axis))^2+((Direction cosine with respect to z axis*Direction cosine 2 with respect to x axis)-(Direction cosine 2 with respect to z axis*Direction cosine with respect to x axis))^2)) GO
Angle between two lines given direction cosines of that two lines w.r.to x, y & z axis
Angle A=acos ((Direction cosine with respect to x axis* Direction cosine 2 with respect to x axis)+(Direction cosine with respect to y axis* Direction cosine 2 with respect to y axis)+ (Direction cosine with respect to z axis* Direction cosine 2 with respect to z axis)) GO
Angle of intersection between two circles
Angle A=arccos((((Radius 1)^2)+((Radius 2)^2)-((Distance between two origin)^2))/(2*Radius 1*Radius 2)) GO
Acute angle of a rhombus if given both diagonals
Angle A=asin((2*Diagonal 1*Diagonal 2)/((Diagonal 1^2)+(Diagonal 2^2))) GO
Obtuse angle of rhombus if given both diagonal
Angle A=asin((2*Diagonal 1*Diagonal 2)/((Diagonal 1^2)+(Diagonal 2^2))) GO
One-half obtuse angles in a rhombus if given both diagonals
Angle A=2*(arctan(Diagonal 1/Diagonal 2)) GO
One-half acute angles in a rhombus if given both diagonals
Angle A=2*(arctan(Diagonal 2/Diagonal 1)) GO
Obtuse angle of a rhombus if given area and side
Angle A=asin(Area/Side^2) GO
Acute angle of a rhombus if given area and side
Angle A=asin(Area/Side^2) GO
Angle on the remaining part of the circumference when another angle on same chord is given
Angle A=1*Angle B GO
Angle at another point on circumference when angle on an arc is given
Angle A=1*Angle B GO

Acute angle of rhombus given larger diagonal and side Formula

Angle A=(arccos(((Diagonal 1)^2)/(2*(Side of rhombus )^2))-1)
∠A=(arccos(((d1)^2)/(2*(a)^2))-1)
More formulas
Acute angle of rhombus given smaller diagonal and side GO
Obtuse angle of rhombus given smaller diagonal and side GO
Obtuse angle of rhombus given larger diagonal and side GO
Acute angle of a rhombus if given both diagonals GO
Obtuse angle of rhombus if given both diagonal GO
Acute angle of a rhombus if given area and side GO
Obtuse angle of a rhombus if given area and side GO
One-half acute angles in a rhombus if given both diagonals GO
One-half obtuse angles in a rhombus if given both diagonals GO

What is a rhombus

Rhombus is a parallelogram with all four equal sides. In a rhombus the opposite sides are parallel and the diagonals are perpendicular to each other and the opposites angles are equal too. To calculate the area of the rhombus area = a × h , Where a is the side length of the rhombus h is the perpendicular distance between two parallel sides of the rhombus.

How to Calculate Acute angle of rhombus given larger diagonal and side?

Acute angle of rhombus given larger diagonal and side calculator uses Angle A=(arccos(((Diagonal 1)^2)/(2*(Side of rhombus )^2))-1) to calculate the Angle A, The Acute angle of rhombus given larger diagonal and side formula is defined as the value of the acute angle when the length of larger diagonal and length of one side is given. Angle A and is denoted by ∠A symbol.

How to calculate Acute angle of rhombus given larger diagonal and side using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Acute angle of rhombus given larger diagonal and side, enter Diagonal 1 (d1) and Side of rhombus (a) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Acute angle of rhombus given larger diagonal and side calculation can be explained with given input values -> 16.3694 = (arccos(((7.5)^2)/(2*(10)^2))-1).

FAQ

What is Acute angle of rhombus given larger diagonal and side?
The Acute angle of rhombus given larger diagonal and side formula is defined as the value of the acute angle when the length of larger diagonal and length of one side is given and is represented as ∠A=(arccos(((d1)^2)/(2*(a)^2))-1) or Angle A=(arccos(((Diagonal 1)^2)/(2*(Side of rhombus )^2))-1). The Diagonal is the line stretching from one corner of the figure to the opposite corner through the center of the figure and Side of rhombus can be defined as the line segment that joins two vertices in a shape or two-dimensional figure.
How to calculate Acute angle of rhombus given larger diagonal and side?
The Acute angle of rhombus given larger diagonal and side formula is defined as the value of the acute angle when the length of larger diagonal and length of one side is given is calculated using Angle A=(arccos(((Diagonal 1)^2)/(2*(Side of rhombus )^2))-1). To calculate Acute angle of rhombus given larger diagonal and side, you need Diagonal 1 (d1) and Side of rhombus (a). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Diagonal 1 and Side of rhombus and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Angle A?
In this formula, Angle A uses Diagonal 1 and Side of rhombus . We can use 11 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Angle A=1*Angle B
  • Angle A=1*Angle B
  • Angle A=arccos((((Radius 1)^2)+((Radius 2)^2)-((Distance between two origin)^2))/(2*Radius 1*Radius 2))
  • Angle A=asin((2*Diagonal 1*Diagonal 2)/((Diagonal 1^2)+(Diagonal 2^2)))
  • Angle A=asin((2*Diagonal 1*Diagonal 2)/((Diagonal 1^2)+(Diagonal 2^2)))
  • Angle A=asin(Area/Side^2)
  • Angle A=asin(Area/Side^2)
  • Angle A=2*(arctan(Diagonal 2/Diagonal 1))
  • Angle A=2*(arctan(Diagonal 1/Diagonal 2))
  • Angle A=acos ((Direction cosine with respect to x axis* Direction cosine 2 with respect to x axis)+(Direction cosine with respect to y axis* Direction cosine 2 with respect to y axis)+ (Direction cosine with respect to z axis* Direction cosine 2 with respect to z axis))
  • Angle A= asin(sqrt(((Direction cosine with respect to x axis*Direction cosine 2 with respect to y axis)- (Direction cosine 2 with respect to x axis*Direction cosine with respect to y axis))^2+((Direction cosine with respect to y axis*Direction cosine 2 with respect to z axis)-(Direction cosine 2 with respect to y axis*Direction cosine with respect to z axis))^2+((Direction cosine with respect to z axis*Direction cosine 2 with respect to x axis)-(Direction cosine 2 with respect to z axis*Direction cosine with respect to x axis))^2))
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