Q: How are triangles used in architecture?

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Isosceles triangles can be used in domes

No it can only be used with right angle triangles.

They are similar triangles.

Aren't triangles structurally strong? So they are used in bridges and architechture.

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Isosceles triangles can be used in domes

No it can only be used with right angle triangles.

They are similar triangles.

If it is in the form of two inverted triangles, then there are 8 triangles. If only the outline is used, there are 0 triangles.

Aren't triangles structurally strong? So they are used in bridges and architechture.

yes it is used in architecture. My math teacher told me.

From ancient times, properties of quadrilaterals have been used especially in art, design and architecture. Diagonal of a rectangle divides it into two congruent triangles and the idea of congruency especially in triangles had been used by Egyptians to build The Great Pyramids of Giza!!!!! The idea of congruency of triangles initially from diagonal of quadrilaterals also helped Leonardo Da Vinci to paint the world famous 'Monalisa'!!!!! So, what other wonders do you want from quadrilaterals????!!!????

triangles are the second strongest shape next to the arch

4 triangles

There are no ratios that can be used for triangles that are not similar.

used to strengthen the tower