# Rhombus

It is given a rhombus of side length a = 29 cm. Touch points of inscribed circle divided his sides into sections a1 = 14 cm and a2 = 15 cm. Calculate the radius r of the circle and the length of the diagonals of the rhombus.

Result

r =  14.5 cm
u1 =  40.3 cm
u2 =  41.7 cm

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