# In the rhombus, angle 1 = 140. What are angles 2 and 3? The diagram is not to scale.

**Solution:**

In a rhombus,

Angles which are opposite to each other are equal

As angle 1 is 140**°** so angle 2 is also 140**°**.

Similarly we know that

Consecutive angles are equal to 180**°**

It refers to that the angle between 1 and 2 is 40**°**

As angle 3 is half of that

Angle 3 = 20**°**

Therefore, the angles 2 and 3 are 140° and 20° respectively.

## In the rhombus, angle 1 = 140. What are angles 2 and 3? The diagram is not to scale.

**Summary:**

In the rhombus, angle 1 = 140°. The angles 2 and 3 are 140° and 20° respectively. In a rhombus, angles which are opposite to each other are equal.

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