Look at the shape below and answer the following questions on it.

1. How many triangles are there in the diagram?

2. How many rectangles are there in the diagram?

3. How many hexagons can you find?

4. Deduct the sum of the numbers in the rectangles from the sum of the numbers in the triangles.

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14 TRIANGLES

3 RECTANGLES

1 HEXAGON

216-30=186

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5 rectangles

6 rectangles

2 hexagons

14 triangles

If you have 14 triangles you then can have 2 hexagons and 7 rectangles.

14 TRIANGLES

3 RECTANGLES

1 HEXAGON

216-30=186

SOMEBODY, PLEASE CONFIRM IT UP WITH SOLUTION

both the answers are definitely wrong. (or atleast the no. oh hexagons part). I haven’t solved it yet but the above two answers are definitely wrong.

triangles 14

rectangles 8

hexagon 1

14 triangles

7 rectangles

1

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