# Answer to Question #24781 in Algebra for ronilo trinidad

Question #24781

ABCD is a rhombus. what is the measure of <DAB, if <ABC =108?

Expert's answer

By definition the statement ABCD is a rhombus meansthat the following two conditions hold:1) its opposite sides are parallel:

AB || CD

and

BC || AD

2) all its sides are equal, so

AB=BC=CD=DA It is known that in a rhombus (in fact even in aparallelogram) the sum of angles at the same side is 180, so

AB || CD

and

BC || AD

2) all its sides are equal, so

AB=BC=CD=DA It is known that in a rhombus (in fact even in aparallelogram) the sum of angles at the same side is 180, so

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