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the maximum number of equilateral triangles that can be formed using all of the 6 sticks each having equal length L [the length of sides of equilateral triangle must also be L]
Asked by Ashrene | 27 Oct, 2012, 12:15: PM
Expert Answer
Just use 3 of those matches or sticks to arrange into a number ' 4 ' and use the 3 left to arrange into an equilateral triangle. Put them next to each other and you'll have ''4 equilateral triangles'' from 6 equal length sticks or matches.
 
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