# Diagonals in the diamond

The length of one diagonal in a diamond is 24 cm greater than the length of the second diagonal, and the diamond area is 50 m

^{2}. Determine the sizes of the diagonals.## Correct answer:

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### You need to know the following knowledge to solve this word math problem:

**algebra**- quadratic equation
**arithmetic**- square (second power, quadratic)
**planimetrics**- area of a shape
- rhombus
- diagonal

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