Hello, Rimas!

An interesting problem . . . Did you make a sketch?

If two equilateral triangles of area A intersect to form a regular hexagon,

then what is the area of the hexagon?Code:* / \ *---*---*---* \ /o\o/o\ / * - * - * / \o/o\o/ \ *---*---*---* \ / *

Each equilateral triangle is comprised of nine smaller triangles.

They overlap in a hexagon comprised of six triangles.

The hexagon has an area which is of an equilateral triangle.

Area of hexagon: .