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A model of a house was built using the scale 5 in:25 ft. If a window in the model is 1.5 inches wide, how wide is the actual window?

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    set up a proportion

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    \[\frac{ 5 }{ 25 } = \frac{ 1.5 }{ ? }\]

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    yes :D

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    Lol:) Easy medals for you.

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    Thanks.:)

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    do you have the answer? just wanna make sure you did it right

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    yep. 7.5

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    in?

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    ft good job :]

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    O right. tnx.:)

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    hmm - do i converT to in?

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    no

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    just like that?

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    yea, 7.5 ft is the answer

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    great, thanks!

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    no problem :]

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