Q: What is the ratio of 4 triangles to 3 squares?

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(11!) / (4!) (3!) (2!) (2!) = 69,300distinguishable arrangements

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To have 12 same size squares in a rectangle the grid of squares will be 1x12, 2x6 or 3x4. This means that the ratio of the length to the width is either 1:12, 2:6, 3:4, 4:3, 6:2 or 12:1. If the ratio of the length to width is none of those, then 12 same-size squares cannot fit.

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

So whats the question? If i had 5 squares remove 3 lines to make 4 squares but keep the 3 lines within the 4 squares what?

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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.

No because squares have 4 sides whereas triangles have 3 sides

1. circles 2. triangles 3. squares 4. any of the polygons

4/(7) = 4/7 is the ratio of circles to triangles. Some prefer to express this as 4:7.

No because a square fas 4 sides whereas a triangle has 3 sides

(11!) / (4!) (3!) (2!) (2!) = 69,300distinguishable arrangements

rhombus

See the link under related links below that says "8 Lines 2 Squares 4 Triangles"

The ratio is 16 to 81.

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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Altogether ther are: 6+(3*4)+(5*3)+(5*4)+(3*4) = 65 sides