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.) An architect is building a model of a tennis court for a new client. On the model, the court is 6 inches wide and 13 inches long. An official tennis court is 36 feet wide. What is the length of a tennis court? The architect decides to build a larger model with a length of 26 inches. What is the width of the larger model?

  • math -

    l/36 = 13/6
    l = 36(13/6) = 96 feet

    Use the same approach in the second of this question.

  • OOPS - math -

    oops, don't know how I got that 96
    should have been 78 feet

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