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Pete is folding paper for different projects. He has two triangular pieces of paper that he wants to create the same project with, but they have to be similar figures for it to work. Will Pete be able to create the same project with both pieces of paper? does anyone have the answer or steps to this problem

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  1. Triangle #1:
    a = 3,
    b = 4,
    c = 5.
    Similar Triangle:
    d = 6,
    e = 8,
    f = 10.
    Both triangles have the same shape as required but different size.
    The ratios of the corresponding sides are equal:
    a/d = 3/6 = 1/2,
    b/e = 4/8 = 1/2,
    c/f = 5/10 = 1/2.

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