### #1 - Hard Count Number Triangles Puzzle

Can you count the number of triangles on the puzzle below.

64

Can you count the number of triangles on the puzzle below.

64

Can you count the number of triangles in the puzzle below ?

There are 56 triangles add up to in the Snowflake outline.

There are 5 in the huge equilateral triangle part into littler equilateral triangles.

There are 3 inside the focal little equilateral triangle utilizing the middle vertex.

There are 18 (3 * 6) with the additional hexagonal sides around the little equilateral triangle.

There are 30 (3 * 10) with the additional hexagonal sides around the vast equilateral triangle.

Can you find the number of triangles in the given figure?

The number of triangles in the given figure is 24.

Solve the counting riddle by identify the number of triangles in the given picture.

20 Triangles

Let us assume that the smallest side of the triangle is 1cms.

Number of triangles with a side of 1 cms = 12

Number of triangles with a side of 2 cms = 6

Number of triangles with a side of 3 cms = 2

Total = 20

solve the counting puzzle by finding the number of triangles in the figure below

40

16 + (8x2) + (4x2) + (1x2) + (1x2)

How many triangles can you count in the figure given ?

38

Let us begin by counting the smallest triangles assuming that they are 1 unit in side. You can find 12 triangles facing upwards (3 + 4 + 3 + 2) and 12 triangles facing downwards.

Now move to the bigger triangle with say side of 2 units. You can find 6 upward facing triangles (3 + 2 + 1) and 6 downward facing triangles.

Next are the biggest triangles with side 3 units (assumingly). You can find 1 upward facing triangle and 1 downward facing triangle.

12 + 12 + 6 + 6 + 1 + 1 = 38

Can you count the number of triangles in the given figure? PS: Think hard as it is not easy as it seems.

There are a total of 47 triangles.

Let us divide the triangles in this figure in three equal triangles (triangles formed by connecting outer side to the center of the circle) and then count the number in each category by taking two or more together.

At first, let us count the triangles that are in one part. There are 4 non-overlapping and 3 overlapping triangles. This means that the total triangles are 7 * 3 = 21.

Next, we pick up the triangles by taking two parts together. There are 8 such triangles. 8 * 3 = 24.

Lastly, the triangles by taking all 3 parts together, we find there are only 2 triangles.

21 + 24 + 2 = 47.

How many triangles can you find in this given picture?

There are 20 triangles in the picture.