# CBSE Class 10 Maths Constructions of Similar Triangles

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The scale factor of the triangle to be constructed with respect to the original one is given by the ratio of

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If the scale factor is less than one, then the new triangle is

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If the scale factor is more than one, then the new triangle is

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