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Q: What is the ratio of squares to triangles in a triangle?

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in one square, there are two triangles, so the ratio of triangles to sqaures is 2:1

It is the number of triangles : the number of circles.

Squares have four sides, triangles have three.

3 squares and 4 triangles will have 24 vertices. There will be 4 vertices for each of the 3 squares. Since there are 3 squares, that will be 12 vertices. There are 3 vertices for each of the 4 triangles. Since there are 4 triangles, that will be 12 vertices. 12+12=24.

area of triangle 1 would be 16 and the other triangle is 9 as the ratio of areas of triangles is the square of their similar sides

Squares do, triangles don't.

If the angles are the same and the sides are proportional by ratio then they are said to be similar triangles.

Well if you half any quadrilateral it comes up with a triangle and a square is a quadrilateral.

triangles, squares and pentagons.

they have at least one right angle. A square is the union of two isosceles right triangles. The hypotenuse of each triangle is the diagonal of the square.

Differences: Squares have 4 sides / equilateral triangles have 3 sides. Squares have 90 degree angles / equilateral triangles have 60 degree angles. Squares have 2 diagonals / equilateral triangles have none Similarities: All sides of the shape are congruent All angles of the shape are congruent

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