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If the diemnsions of the park in the model are 9 inches by 17 inches, what are the actaul dimenions of the park?

  • Scale needed -

    To find the actual dimensions of the park, you will need the scale of the model.
    If the scale is 1:1000, then you would multiply each dimension by 1000 to get the actual measures, and convert these measures from inches to feet.

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