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Given a triangle in Euclidean geometry it is well known that there exist an infinity of triangles each of which is similar to the given one. In Section I we make certain observations on Smarandache numbers. This enables us to impose a constraint on the lenghts of the corresponding sides of similar triangles. In Section II we do this to see that infinite class of similar triangles reduces to a finite one. In section III we disregard the similarity requirement. Finally, in section IV we pose afatcat:iturgoesynavrdgfxuguma37zm