Selina Solutions Concise Maths Class 10 Chapter 15 Similarity (With Applications to Maps and Models) Exercise 15(D)

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1. A triangle ABC has been enlarged by scale factor m = 2.5 to the triangle A’ B’ C’ Calculate:

(i) the length of AB, if A’ B’ = 6 cm. 

(ii) the length of C’ A’ if CA = 4 cm. 

Solution:

Given that, Δ ABC has been enlarged by scale factor m of 2.5 to Δ A’B’C’.

(i) A’B’ = 6 cm

So,

AB(2.5) = A’B’ = 6 cm

AB = 2.4 cm

(ii) CA = 4 cm

We know that,

CA(2.5) = C’A’

C’A’ = 4 x 2.5 = 10 cm

2. A triangle LMN has been reduced by scale factor 0.8 to the triangle L’ M’ N’. Calculate:

(i) the length of M’ N’, if MN = 8 cm.

(ii) the length of LM, if L’ M’ = 5.4 cm.

Solution:

Given, Δ LMN has been reduced by a scale factor m = 0.8 to Δ L’M’N’.

(i) MN = 6 cm

So, MN (0.8) = M’N’

(8)(0.8) = M’N’

M’N’ = 6.4 cm

(ii) L’M’ = 5.4 cm

So, LM (0.8) = L’M’

LM (0.8) = 5.4

LM = 6.75 cm

3. A triangle ABC is enlarged, about the point 0 as centre of enlargement, and the scale factor is 3. Find:

(i) A’B’, if AB = 4 cm.

(ii) BC, if B’C’ = 15 cm.

(iii) OA, if OA’ = 6 cm

(iv) OC’, if OC = 21 cm

Also, state the value of: 

(a) OB’/OB (b) C’A’/CA

Solution:

Given that, Δ ABC is enlarged and the scale factor m = 3 to the Δ A’B’C’.

(i) AB = 4 cm

So, AB(3) = A’B’

(4)(3) = A’B’

A’B’ = 12 cm

(ii) B’C’ = 15 cm

So, BC(3) = B’C’

BC(3) = 15

BC = 5 cm

(iii) OA’ = 6 cm

So, OA (3) = OA’

OA (3) = 6

OA = 2 cm

(iv) OC = 21 cm

So, OC(3) = OC’

21 x 3 = OC’

OC’ = 63 cm

The ratio of the lengths of the two corresponding sides of two triangles.

Δ ABC is enlarged and the scale factor m = 3 to the Δ A’B’C’

Hence,

(a) OB’/OB = 3

(b) C’A’/CA = 3

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