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I have two equilateral triangles Question : How do I obtain four equilateral triangles, by moving only one side from one triangle?
Last Post 12 Jan 2015 05:24 AM by sccrowl. 2 Replies.
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hamza
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05 Jan 2015 07:45 PM

    I have two equilateral triangles

    Question :
    How do I obtain four equilateral triangles, by moving only one side from one triangle?
    bal
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    06 Jan 2015 08:42 PM
    move 1 to make it 4.
    sccrowl
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    12 Jan 2015 05:24 AM
    Draw an Equilateral Triangle ABC and draw an other Equilateral Triangle DEF inside the ABC such that the Apex of DEF intersects the mid-point of the triangle ABC. Then remove the bottom portions of DEF to the apex of DEF and the Apex of ABC.
    This creates two more Equilateral Triangles A, mid-point, B and A, mid-point, C.
    This creates two Equilateral side Triangles.
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