## Can you make 4 triangles with 6 match sticks?

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The rules are simple: using 6 matchsticks, create 4 equilateral triangles. All 4 triangles have to be the same size, and the sides of each triangle have to be one matchstick long. It sounds impossible, and 99% of the time the mark will just give up.

### Can we make a triangle with 6 matchstick?

This is an acute angle triangle and it is possible to make a triangle with the help of 6 matchsticks because sum of two sides is greater than third side.

**How many triangles can be made using 6 matchsticks?**

You must have worked very hard, Cong! Cong sent us a table of all the different triangles you can make with 4 sticks up to 20 sticks….Age 7 to 11. Challenge Level.

Number of sticks | Number of triangles |
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6 | 1 |

7 | 2 |

8 | 1 |

9 | 3 |

**How many equilateral triangles can form from 6 matchsticks?**

We can, therefore, make 20 triangles from 6 non-collinear points.

## How many matchsticks are needed to form 4 adjacent triangles?

How to make 4 triangles with 6 sticks! Add 3 matches to the single matchstick triangle and make 4 triangles with 6 sticks. Time to solve 5 minutes.

### How many triangles are in a matchstick?

There are six triangles as in the following figure made up of matchsticks. You have to MOVE 2 (two) sticks to new positions and transform the structure to a five triangle structure.

**What are the six types of triangles?**

The six types of triangles are: isosceles, equilateral, scalene, obtuse, acute, and right.

- An isosceles triangle is a triangle with two congruent sides and one unique side and angle.
- An equilateral triangle is a triangle with three congruent sides and three congruent angles.

**Is a square made up of 4 equilateral triangles?**

Two equilateral triangles are inscribed into a square as shown in the diagram. Their side lines cut the square into a quadrilateral and a few triangles….Equilateral Triangles and Incircles in a Square.

sin 15° | = UM / DM |
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= (2 – √3) / (√6 – √2) | |

= (√6 – √2) / 4 and, similarly, | |

cos 15° | = (√6 + √2) / 4. |

## How many matchsticks are needed to form the 6 squares?

To form 6 squares using 12 matches moving 8 matches.

### How many matchsticks will there be in the 4th picture?

Answer: If you look closely, the middle match stick is not the reflection in the mirror, there is one, matchstick behind the lighter. One has to count them. So in total, there are eight matches.

**Can a triangle be formed with 4 matchsticks?**

By using 4 matchsticks, we cannot form a triangle. This is because the sum of the lengths of any two sides of a triangle is always greater than the length of the remaining side of the triangle.