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Side of a rhombus and its perimeter are in ___ proportion.
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Side of a rhombus and its perimeter are in ___ proportion.

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We know that perimeter of the rhombus \(=\) \(4\times\) Side.
Since the perimeter of of the rhombus is directly depends on the side of the rhombus.
Hence, side of rhombus and its perimeter are in direct proportion.
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