Q: How many triangles equal a hexagon?

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An hexagon is made up out of 4 triangles

There can be infinitely many triangles in a hexagon.

It is possible to divide a hexagon into 4 or more - up to infinitely many - triangles.

Six equilateral triangles are found in a regular 6 sided hexagon

6-2 = 4 triangles

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A 6 sided hexagon has 4 triangles

3 triangles make up a hexagon.

An hexagon is made up out of 4 triangles

Not necessarily.

you can split a regular hexagon into 6 triangles

There can be infinitely many triangles in a hexagon.

That would depend on which hexagon and what triangles. A small hexagon might not have room for any large triangles. A large hexagon will have room fro many small triangles.If you have a regular hexagon and connect the vertices you will have drawn six equilateral triangles

It is possible to divide a hexagon into 4 or more - up to infinitely many - triangles.

6 Triangles!!

Six equilateral triangles are found in a regular 6 sided hexagon

Because there are 6 triangles in a hexagon, and 3 triangles in a trapezoid, there are 2 trapezoids in a hexagon.

5 equilateral triangles.