Q: What part of a trapezoid is a triangle?

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hexagons and a triangle

yes.

a larger triangle, a larger trapezoid, it depends where and how it's placed.

If you extend the two legs of an isosceles trapezoid until they intersect, you get an isosceles triangle.

triangle and a quadrilateril

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A trapezoid and a triangle can make a triangle or another trapezoid, among others.

No. A trapezoid is not a triangle at all

A triangle cannot be formed by any number of trapezoids. Every time a trapezoid is stretched across one side of a triangle, a smaller triangle similar to the first is formed by the part not covered by the trapezoid. Unless... the triangle was equilateral and the trapezoids were isoceles. You could fill the triangle with 3 trapezoids as follows: Use the longer 'bottom' edge of each trapezoid and the 'left' edge of the next trapezoid to make up the edge of the triangle. The shorter 'top' edge of the trapezoids touch the 'right' edge of the next trapezoid in the center of the triangle.

A trapezoid and a triangle make a paralellogram.

No. A trapezoid is not a triangle at all

No because a trapezoid has 4 sides and a triangle has three if a trapezoid had three then it would be a triangle. If you had 3 trapezoids you could make a triangle!

An isosceles triangle and a isosceles trapezoid.

how is an isoscelels trapezoid related to a isosceles triangle

It is an isosceles triangle and an isosceles trapezoid

One. A triangle has 3, a trapezoid has 4.

hexagons and a triangle

It makes a trapezoid.