Then its not a triangle.
How can a you make a hexagon using a trapozid and 2 triangles
They make four triangles, not a triangle.
There are 2 triangles in a square so the ratio to square and triangle is 2 to 1
Simply assemble the triangles in to a rectangle.
2 small triangles 1 med. triangle 2 large triangles 1 parallelogram and a square
By cutting off two of its corners which will leave you with 2 triangles and 1 pentagon.
A rhombus can be split into 2 isosceles triangles or divided into 4 right angle triangles
The answer depends on the shapes and sizes of the triangles. I can make a big triangle, a quadrilateral, pentagon, hexagon, etc up to 12 sides.
Two isosceles triangle can make a rhombus. Wish this will help.
If the 2 triangles are right triangles, which are congruent to slicing the rectangle on the diagonal, then arrange one on top of the rectangle, and the other to the side, so that the two hypotenuses are in line with each other. This will make a bigger right triangle, which is similar to the smaller right triangles - each side is double of the smaller triangles.