Because there are 6 triangles in a hexagon, and 3 triangles in a trapezoid, there are 2 trapezoids in a hexagon.
No but it is possible to divide the square into 2 right angle triangles
Draw one line vertically - splitting the square in half, and draw one line diagonally - corner to corner.
A square already has 2 right angle triangles within it
No two equilateral triangles do not make a square but two right triangles do.
You can put 2 triangles in a square or you can call it a quadrilateral.
use 4 triangles, make 2 trapezoids then put them into a hexagon
There are 2 triangles in a square so the ratio to square and triangle is 2 to 1
2 are in a square
You can get 2 triangles by cutting a parallelogram in half