I'm trying to marry equilateral triangles against the sides of a square plane.

ALL edges SHOULD be the same length if the base of the triangle, the length

of it's two sides and the square plane are all set to the same length.

The problem is, I'm not exactly sure how to go about that.

What would be the easiest way to do that?

I'm trying to test a theory of pattern that builds out equilateral triangles

against square planes to see if its possible to build out a fully symmetrical

pattern (or the ways in which it can be done).

But, to do that, I need to know that I'm working with sides of equal length

all around.

I'm not sure, but, I don't think bisecting a square is the same thing? Is

it?

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