anonymous
  • anonymous
Michiko works in a shop that rents cross-country skis. Two clients come in to rent skis. Michiko knows that a person's height is proportional to his or her correct ski length. She figures out that the first client, who is 70 inches tall, needs 210-centimeter skis. The second client is 63 inches tall. What length of skis does the second client need?
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Zale101
  • Zale101
Here is an equation for your question: 70/210 = 63/x can u continue from up here?
Zale101
  • Zale101
We know that the first client, who is 70 inches tall, needs 210-centimeter skis. so 70 inches divide by 210 centimeter. The second client is 63 inches tall. What length of skis does the second client need? 63 inches divide by (we don't know the length so it's X)
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anonymous
  • anonymous
yeahh thanks :) i still have like 40 more to go lol
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