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On a given blueprint, 1 inch = 16 feet. If the dimensions of the bedroom on the blueprint are 0.75 inches × 1.5 inches, what are its actual measurements? (1 point)16 ft × 32 ft
12 ft × 24 ft
16 ft × 24 ft
12 ft × 32 ft
Using the same scale factor, what are the blueprint dimensions for a room that is 20 feet x 28 feet? (1 point)1.5 in. × 2.5 in.
1.25 in. × 2.25 in.
1.25 in. × 1.75 in.
1.5 in. × 1.75 in.
 one year ago
 one year ago
heyheuhru Group Title
On a given blueprint, 1 inch = 16 feet. If the dimensions of the bedroom on the blueprint are 0.75 inches × 1.5 inches, what are its actual measurements? (1 point)16 ft × 32 ft 12 ft × 24 ft 16 ft × 24 ft 12 ft × 32 ft Using the same scale factor, what are the blueprint dimensions for a room that is 20 feet x 28 feet? (1 point)1.5 in. × 2.5 in. 1.25 in. × 2.25 in. 1.25 in. × 1.75 in. 1.5 in. × 1.75 in.
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For the first one, multiply the scale factors by 16 and you'll get the actual measurements. For the second one, divide the actual measurements by 16 and you'll get the scale factors of the room. Hope this helps(:
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