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nuccioreggie

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Sara created the poster shown below: A rectangle is shown. The length of the rectangle is labeled as length equal to 28 cm, and the width is labeled as width equal to 32 cm. What would be the dimensions of the poster at fraction 1 over 4 times its current size? Length = 7 cm, width = 8 cm Length = 24 cm, width = 28 cm Length = 32 cm, width = 36 cm Length = 112 cm, width = 128 cm

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  1. nuccioreggie
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  2. anonymous
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    divide 28 and 32 by 4

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  6. anonymous
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    28/4 = 7 and 32 / 4 = 8

  7. nuccioreggie
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    Help

  8. anonymous
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    its a ...

  9. nuccioreggie
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    How are you sure? Can you explain please

  10. anonymous
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    if its 1/4 the size divide the sides by 4

  11. anonymous
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    and its 1/4 of it so divide the numbers by 4 ...

  12. anonymous
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    28 divided by 4 and 32 divided by 4

  13. nuccioreggie
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    Oh ok can you help me with a couple more and i will just tag you

  14. anonymous
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    k

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