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A Rhombus.

If it makes two equilateral triangles with a diagonal, the shape must have all four sides of equal length; thus it is a rhombus, possibly a square.

As an equilateral triangle is made, the angle between two of the sides is 60o; which is not 90o, so it can't be a square, so it must be a rhombus.

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