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anonymous
 5 years ago
An architect is designing a public storage building with two different sized storage units. The ceilings will be 8 feet high for each storage unit.
A) All small storage units will have square floors the volume of each small unit will be 1,800 cubic feet. What will be the dimensions of each of these storage units?
B) The ration of the dimensions in the architect’s drawing to the dimension of the actual small storage unit is 1 inch to 72 inches. How many inches of the architects drawing would represent the actual width of each small storage unit in Part A?
anonymous
 5 years ago
An architect is designing a public storage building with two different sized storage units. The ceilings will be 8 feet high for each storage unit. A) All small storage units will have square floors the volume of each small unit will be 1,800 cubic feet. What will be the dimensions of each of these storage units? B) The ration of the dimensions in the architect’s drawing to the dimension of the actual small storage unit is 1 inch to 72 inches. How many inches of the architects drawing would represent the actual width of each small storage unit in Part A?

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anonymous
 5 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.08x^2=1800 x=15 1in=6ft so the actual width on paper is 2.5in

anonymous
 5 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0Thanks. Can you help me with another one?
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