## Getting 3 **rectangles**

Let’s start by getting 3 **rectangles**.

Step 1

Step 2

Then fold the sheet in half again.

Step 3

Make one cut along the applied mowing line.

Step 5

Expand the sheets and get 3 **rectangles**.

Got 3 **rectangles**

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## Getting 4 triangles and 1 octagon

Let’s look at the steps how to get 4 triangles and 1 octagon.

Step 1

Step 2

Step 3

Apply the cut line to the resulting square.

Make one cut along the applied mowing line of the cut.

Expand the sheets and get 1 octagon and 4 triangles.

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4 triangles and 1 octagon

## Cut the **rectangle** in two **cuts** into two triangles

**Rectangle** ABCD was cut into 2 triangles and a quadrilateral. These parts are shown on the right. Swipe in **rectangle** ABCD of the cut line cut.

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## Let’s make the task easier to understand

First of all, you need to understand that we are talking about nothing else than a geometric figure. A rectangular cake is nothing like a **rectangle**! To solve the problem, you need to get the following shapes:

- quadrangle;
- quadrangle;
- triangle;
- triangle;

A quadrilateral is a figure with 4 vertices, it can be a square, a **rectangle** (as subspecies of a quadrilateral), or a trapezoid or an arbitrary shape with the required number of corners.

Triangles can also be different, acute-angled, obtuse-angled, rectangular and others. Since in the problem statement we are talking about a **rectangle**, it is worth thinking about the cut option in such a way as to get a right-angled triangle.

## Getting 1 hexagon and 2 triangles

Roll the sheet in half again.

Apply the cut line to the resulting square.

Let’s make one cut along the previously applied mowing line.

Expand parts of our sheet and get 1 hexagon and 2 triangles.

## Cut correctly into pieces

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Given triangle ABC. How to cut it into pieces so that from them (without turning the back side) it is possible to fold a triangle symmetrical to the given one with respect to the base of the speaker?

Cut the square into pieces, as shown in Figure 49, mix them and then fold: 1) the same square; 2) a right-angled isosceles triangle; 3) a **rectangle** other than a square; 4) a parallelogram other than a **rectangle**; 5) trapezoid.

A painted cube with an edge of 10 cm was sawn into cubes with a rhombus of 1 cm. How many cubes will be obtained: 1) with one painted edge; 2) with two; 3) with three; 4) have no painted edges at all?

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