# CAT 2012 | Question: 30

708 views

The side of an equilateral triangle is $10$ cm long. By drawing parallels to all its sides, the distance between any two parallel lines being the same. The triangle is divided into smaller equilateral triangle, each of which has sides of length $1$ cm. How many such small triangles are formed?

1. $60$
2. $90$
3. $120$
4. None of these

## Related questions

1
438 views
A rectangle is drawn such that none of its sides has length greater than $‘a\text{’}$. All lengths less than $‘a\text{’}$ are equally likely. The chance that the ...
In the figure given, $\text{OABC}$ is a parallelogram. The area of the parallelogram is $21$ sq units and the point $\text{C}$ lies on the line $x= 3$. Find the coordinat...
In the figure below, $\angle \text{MON} = \angle \text{MPO} = \angle \text{NQO} = 90^{\circ}$ and $\text{OQ}$ is the bisector of $\angle \text{MON}$ and $\text{QN} = 10,... 0 votes 0 answers 4 641 views A student is asked to form numbers between$3000$and$9000$with digits$2,3,5,7$and$9$. If no digit is to be repeated, in how many ways can the student do so?$2412...
When asked for his taxi number, the driver replied, “If you divide the number of my taxi by $2,3,4,5,6$ each time you will find a reminder of one. But, if you divide it...