## We get this by diving an equilateral triangle in half.Has sides 1-√(3)-2.

### To clarify, it seems that you are referring to dividing an equilateral triangle into two smaller triangles

To clarify, it seems that you are referring to dividing an equilateral triangle into two smaller triangles. The original equilateral triangle has side length 1-√(3)-2.

The first thing to note is that the side length you provided, 1-√(3)-2, does not appear to be a valid value for a side length of an equilateral triangle. In an equilateral triangle, all three sides are equal in length. Therefore, it is not possible for one side to have a length expressed as 1-√(3)-2.

Please double-check the given side length or provide more information on the problem you would like assistance with.

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