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A souvenir maker wants to create a scale model of the Empire State Building. The Empire State Building is 1,472 ft tall and has a base with dimensions 286 ft by 286 ft. If the model is 6 in. tall, approximately what are the dimensions of its base in inches? A.0.2 in. by .02 in. B.1 in. by 1 in. C.2.3 in. by 2.3 in. D.1.2 in. by 1.2 in.

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    1 ft = 12 inches, so to convert feet to inches, multiply feet by 12. Real size in ft Real size in inches Model size in inches 1,472 17,664 6 286 3,432 x The rario of real size to model size is 17,664/6. That must be equal to the ratio of th base 3,432/x. Set the ratios equal, and solve for x: 17,664/6 = 3,432/x Crossmultiply and solve for x.

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