If you take any rectangle, and take the midpoint of each side, and connect them in order, the result is a rhombus (quadrilateral with four equal sides). 112 more words

## Tags » Rhombus

#### Four-corner Square in a round Globe

When water is clean, it’s as clear as glass,

So what happens when lots of tiny feet,

When lots and lots of big, big feet… 105 more words

#### Kitty Pix

I really needed to see some kitty pictures today. And I thought, I *have* some of those!

This is possibly the best kitty yinyang I have ever photographed. 62 more words

#### Wide-Eyed Y

CMY’s first visit to the catio. I had to carry her there, as she probably wouldn’t have noticed otherwise. Once inside, she climbed around and sniffed, fairly calmly. 20 more words

#### Catio!

This past weekend a long-awaited structure was built: an 8′ x 12′ enclosure on our back deck for the cats to go into. It wasn’t finished until Sunday eve, so it wasn’t until Monday night that anyone went in (and it was only Triquet and one or two other cats that actually ventured out then). 291 more words

#### Stop Lying to Children: A Story of Diamonds

I have been conflicted lately about a word that seems to have no defintion (in the mathematical world, at least) but, like the oval, is a widely acceptable shape. 512 more words

#### What are the proportions of the areas of the rhombuses?

A circle is divided into twelve equal arcs, and the points of division are joined as shown here:

What are the proportions of the areas of the rhombuses formed ? 21 more words