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katlin95

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A map is scaled so that 1 cm on the map is equal to 15 actual miles. If two cities on the map are 10 cm apart, proportion would you use to solve the problem? A. map/actual=1/15=10/x B.. map/actual = 15/1 = 10/x C. map/actual = 15/1 = x/10 D. map/actual = x/15 = 10/1

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  1. katlin95
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    which one did you get

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    or are you completely stuck?

  4. katlin95
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    I got D. lol tryna solve it

  5. katlin95
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    actually sorry I got A

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    1 cm corresponds to 15 actual miles so we can use 1/15 as one side of the equation 10 cm corresponds to x miles, so the other side would be 10/x

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    good, I got A as well

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