We have learned that triads are formed by starting on a note in the scale and adding the Third and Fifth notes above it.
We have also learned that a Major Triad is a triad with a Major 3rd and a Perfect 5th.
Now we will learn about Minor Triads.
Either way, the result is a chord with a Root, Flat Third, and Perfect 5th.
As a result a the notes in a Minor Triad are spaced like this: