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In the figure above, triangle ABC is divided into 9 identical triangle

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I found this one to be a little tricky with me and many of my friends on our WhatsApp group falling for either 5 or 6 triangles.

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Hi...

All triangles have a side parallel to DE..
But two triangles have DE itself as that parallel side..
So the remaining 9-2 have a side parallel to DE..
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New post 11 Feb 2018, 22:35
It is really a nice Question.
Had the Question been without the word "these" & "them". The answer would be different, so see how a few words change the question.
Now tell what is answer of new question?
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