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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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I'll let sleepyjess explain this one since they were here first,
Then ill agree with the answer or disagree and explain why but give the credit to sleepyjess.
I see a direct correlation between 70 inches and 210 centimeters. 70*3 is 210. So with that, how long would the skis be for the person that is 63 inches tall?