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?

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

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