@Bibliophile the BibleGuru,
The big box can be divided into 2 triangles 2 different ways. So far, we have 4 triangles. Then, each of those triangles can be divided into 2 triangles each. Since each triangle would share one of those with another, we have 4 more for a total of 8 so far. Then if you count the diamond in the center, you can see 4 additional triangles. Add those, and we’re at 12. Now, if you look carefully, you can see 4 smaller squares in the large one. Each of those squares can be divided in half two different ways, making 4 new triangles apiece. Add those 16 triangles and we have 28. Now if you count all the small, easily-defined triangles, there are 16. Add those, and we have a grand total of 44! I am 100% confident!