Q: A triangle has 3 sides draw a figure that has twice as many sides as a triangle?

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draw triangle that has sides of lengths 3.6cm and 5.2cm and a 42* angle between these two sides

Try it out... Draw a triangle with 5 cm sides and see if you can make them fit.

A hexagon and a triangle

It is impossible two have a triangle that only has two sides. By definition a triangle is a shape that has three sides.

Draw polygonal figure with 5 equal sides.

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An equilateral triangle means a triangle with all three sides with equal dimensions. For drawing an equilateral triangle first you will have to choose a measurement to draw the sides of the triangle. For example, lets take the side to be 4cm. When you draw the base of 4cm you will have to draw the other two sides of 4cm as well. Thus an equilateral triangle is constructed..

draw triangle that has sides of lengths 3.6cm and 5.2cm and a 42* angle between these two sides

yes. there is no way you can draw a triangle without three sides.

Try it out... Draw a triangle with 5 cm sides and see if you can make them fit.

Draw a triangle with sides of 4*234 cm, 5*234 cm and 7*234 cm = 936 cm, 1170 cm and 1638 cm.

A hexagon and a triangle

It is impossible two have a triangle that only has two sides. By definition a triangle is a shape that has three sides.

Draw polygonal figure with 5 equal sides.

No, a triangle consists of 3 sides, thus "tri"

Draw an isosceles triangle with sides 4, 4 and 3 Draw a square with sides 2 and 3/4

Sure. That's what you have when you extend the sides of a right triangle a little bit past the vertices.