Q: Why you draw the velocity triangles?

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Yes. It's easiest to see how by working backwards. Draw a rhombus, then draw a line between two opposite corners. Poof! You have two triangles.

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To draw a picture for velocity, first you need to understand what velocity means. Velocity simply means speed in a given direction. So for a picture you simply need to draw something related to something having speed. For example a ball has speed so you could draw a ball.

You draw a square for the base of the pyramid and then you draw triangles for the 4 faces. Hope this helps!

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i want introduction to velocity triangles in impact of jet of curved vanes in hydraulics

Yes, you are allowed to draw two acute angled triangles. Acute means less than 45 degrees. - lovelytoes

Yes, it can be split into two equilateral triangles,when we draw a diagonal