Is it possible to make an equilateral triangle from 3 identical trapezoids? If so, what angles would be needed in the trapezoids?
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These are all $60^\circ$ equilateral triangles, 3 to the trapezoid. So these are isosceles trapazoids having two $60^\circ$ angles and two $120^\circ$ angles.