# Triangles and Squares

I was wondering about this question my friend thought up: Is it possible to have 2 congruent triangles which have an area identical to a square (e.g 32,32 would make 64). There is, however, one condition. The perimeter of one of these individual triangles MUST be equal to the square. Is this possible?

Note by Joshua Ong
5 years, 4 months ago

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and that should be equal to squares perimeter

- 5 years, 4 months ago

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it means both the triangles will have will have same perimeter,as they are congruent

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