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does anybody know the length and width of this City planners are creating a 3-dimensional model of a city park to find the best placement for a new tennis court. The city park is on a rectangular plot of land that is 1,500 ft long and 600 ft wide. The scale model of the park measures 7.5 ft x 3 ft. If the dimensions of the actual tennis court must be 120 ft long and 60 ft wide, what are the dimensions of the tennis court in the scale model?

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  1. anonymous
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    please i couldn't find them

  2. anonymous
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    |dw:1435090318065:dw|

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    we need to set up a proportion

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    so to find x… 1,500/120 • 7.5/x

  5. anonymous
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    now cross multiply

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    |dw:1435090577585:dw|

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    now for y

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    is that the length or width

  9. anonymous
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    length

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    i cant see the full length what is it

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    |dw:1435090737810:dw|

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    x=0.6 y=0.3

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    x= length y= width

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    thanks man you helped me i appreciate it this great wrestler appreciates you helping thanks

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