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anonymous

  • one year ago

1 cm = 18 feet 1 cm = 3 feet Above are two different models of the same rectangle. If the length of the model on the top is 5 cm, what is the length of the model on the bottom? A. 20 cm B. 11 cm C. 14 cm D. 30 cm

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  1. anonymous
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    30cm is what i keep getting but i am unsure.

  3. anonymous
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    this is a study island qustion right?

  4. anonymous
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    brb

  5. anonymous
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    I just don't understand this. How do you solve this?

  6. anonymous
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    nithir do i.

  7. mathstudent55
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    The top scale is 1 cm = 18 ft. Since the model using the top scale measures 5 cm, then the real measure is 5(18) ft = 90 ft. Now using the second scale, 1 cm = 3 ft, but 90 ft = 30 (3 ft) 30(1 cm) = 30(3 ft) 30 cm = 90 ft Answer: 30 cm

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    Thank you for the explanation

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