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A sculpture of an object is 4 inches wide & 6 inches high. The actual object is 12 feet wide. What is the scale between the sculpture & the object?

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  1. jcyogi
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    http://openstudy.com/study#/updates/4fba8edce4b05565342f82bb

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  2. Jodi103
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    Hmmmm, where did u find that?? lol

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  3. jcyogi
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    google

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    ohh lol!!

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  5. jcyogi
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    wait look a-sculpture-of-an-object-is-8-inches-wide-and12-inches-high-the-actual-object-is-6-feet-wide-what-is-the-scale

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  6. Jodi103
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    I have no idea what the scale is... :o

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  7. jcyogi
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    whats me too

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  8. Jodi103
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    .......

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  9. Jodi103
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    the options are, 3 inches : 2 feet 1 inch : 2 feet 2 inches : 3 feet 1 inch : 3 feet

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  10. Wired
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    4 inches : 12 feet Divide both by 4.

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  11. Jodi103
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    1 inch : 3 feet?

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  12. Wired
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    Yup. All you have to do is compare similar terms. In this case it's the width.

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  13. Jodi103
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    Ohh okay thank you!!!! XD

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  14. jcyogi
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    XD

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  15. Jodi103
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    lol

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