You need numbers from the sides of the triangles. Take numbers from the corresponding (matching) sides, one number from the small triangle, and one number from the big triangle. Then divide the big number by the small number. The answer is the scale factor.
Put another way, the scale factor is the number that multiplies the small triangle to create the large triangle.
If a big triangle has a base length of 6, and a small triangle has a corresponding base length of 3, the scale factor from large to small is 2/1 (or 2). The scale factor from small to large would be 1/2.
The ratio of the length of the side in the big triangle to the length of the corresponding side in the little triangle is the scale factor.
Look for corresponding parts of the two figures. Their ratio is the scale factor. For example, if you have two similar triangles, one has a side of length 3, and the corresponding side on the other triangle is 5, then the scale factor is 5/3 going from the small triangle to the big, or 3/5 going from the big triangle to the small.
all you have to do is have to figure out from which of the shapes your starting with. So if you decide to start with a scale factor from the larger figure to the smaller figure all u do is the opposite. You do the small divided my the large. So if u want it from the small shape to the large shape scale factor you do the large divided by the small.
If you know one of the sides of both the rectangles than you just divide them by one another to find the scale factor.
When you multiple the area of the small triangle by four it equals the area of the large triangle.
when you multiply the area of the small triangle by four it equals the area of the large triangle.
It is 4/9 of the small triangle plus the size of the small triangle
You calculate the scale factor if you do have a scale is by dividing if it is a small shape to a large shape and multiplying if it is a large shape to a small shape example: shape 1 sqaure shape 2 square equation 2 10 10/2=5 shape 2 square shape 2 square equation 10 2 2/10
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They need not be. A bigger triangle can have the same area as a small parallelogram.They need not be. A bigger triangle can have the same area as a small parallelogram.They need not be. A bigger triangle can have the same area as a small parallelogram.They need not be. A bigger triangle can have the same area as a small parallelogram.
examples of small scale industry
Small-scale whiting was created in 1861.
The industries which are organizedOn a small scale and produce goods with the help of small Machines hired labour and power as small scale industries
During the American Civil War, the famous Battle of Gettysburg, occurring in July of 1863, was caused by a large-scale and a small-scale factor. The large-scale factor was the Southern decision to invade Northern territory in 1863. The small-scale factor was the decision by leading units of the South's invasion-army to enter Gettysburg on the morning of July 1st in search of supplies. Encountering Union forces (leading units of the Northern army to the east and south), the Confederates engaged them -- and the Battle of Gettysburg thus began.
Please clarify: you wish to start a small scale industry? Perhaps you mean, small scale business?
The industries which are organised on a small scale and produce goods with the help of small machines,hired labour and power are called as small scale industries
A small triangle, I guess.
Small-scale business is a privately-owned enterprise or franchise.
what are the problem of small scale industries in india?