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|3 By 1 Triangle Formation [C2]|
A 3 By 1 Triangle contains one Apex dancer and three Base dancers. The facing directions of the dancers usually form a Generalized Tandem-Based Triangle. 3 By 1 Triangles are most commonly used from an "H" or a Generalized 1/4 Tag setup.
Examples of 3 By 1 Triangles:
3 By 1 Triangle Circulate [C2]: From a 3 By 1 Tandem-Based Triangle. Move forward to the next position within the 3 By 1 Triangle, turning 180° if moving from the Apex to a Base position or vice-versa. Base dancers not moving to the Apex position do not change their facing direction.
R-H 3 By 1 Triangle Circulate:
In the above example, the Apex dancer () and the #3 Base dancer () must resist the temptation to Jaywalk with each other.
Facing 3 By 1 Triangle Circulate:
See also Interlocked 3 By 1 Triangles [C2]
and Reshape (The Triangle) [C2].
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