October 5, 2012


Here is a very classic math puzzle/problem. Just simply count the number of triangles in each figure. However, many still find it confusing since you have to count all the smallest triangles, all bigger triangles, until the largest triangle. What is confusing in this part is that some triangles may be inside another triangle (e.g. 4 small triangles are inside the bigger triangle). 

This problem requires patience, time and accuracy in counting the triangles. Here are the figures. Count the triangles well. Good luck!
Figure 1

Figure 2

Figure 3

Do you think you correctly counted all the triangles in the figure?
Let me see how good are you at counting! Leave comments here for your answer in each figure.  


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