Q: Where is the knot on a triangular bandage?

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"triangular" is an adjective, not a noun. So there is no object such as "the triangular". The triangular WHAT?

My shoelace has become tangled into a knot. I am tying a Monkey's Fist knot.

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The knot was not well-tied.Though I had not tied a fisherman's knot before, I managed to do one.The knot in my stomach was not from nerves, but from realizing I forgot my homework.

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Lay out the triangular bandage, opened up, on a flat surface. There is 1 long side, and 2 shorter sides of the bandage (triangle). Where the 2 shorter sides meet, at the point, grab the point and tie a knot at the point end. When you fold the bandage in half, like it would be on a person, where you tied the knot will be the pocket for the elbow.The knot is tied at the large angle corner of the bandage a few inches forward.

Just a bit before the elbow, enough so that you can tuck the knot into the elbow pocket.

Lay out the triangular bandage, opened up, on a flat surface. There is 1 long side, and 2 shorter sides of the bandage (triangle). Where the 2 shorter sides meet, at the point, grab the point and tie a knot at the point end. When you fold the bandage in half, like it would be on a person, where you tied the knot will be the pocket for the elbow.The knot is tied at the large angle corner of the bandage a few inches forward.

A triangular bandage is used as an arm sling. Or it can be used as a pad to control bleeding.

The most common knot used when tying a bandage is known as the reef knot. The reef knot is used for a variety of reasons. It is tidy, easy to tie and untie and it is secure so the bandage does not come loose.