algebra

posted by .

John's car is 13 feet long. He is making a model that is of the actual size. Which proportion below should be used to find the length, L, of the model?

  • algebra -

    What proportions? What do you think is the answer?

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. math

    Mariela loves car races,so she buys a model of the winning car from a race she watched. On the box she sees that the length of yhe model is about 8.5 inches. She knows that the actual car is about 208 in. long and 72.5 in. wide. About …
  2. Math

    John's car is 13 feet long. He is making a model that is 1/12 of the actual size. Which proportion below should be used to find the length, L, of the model?
  3. Math

    Paul's car is 14 feet long. Paul is making a model of his car that is the actual size. Which proportion should be used to find the length, L, of Paul's model?
  4. math (8th grade)

    The length of each piece in a model train railroad built on the HO scale is 1/87 of the actual length. Another popular model is the N scale, for which the scale is 1/160. Each car on a full-size passenger train is 80ft long. What is …
  5. math

    Puck is making a scale model of an airplane. The actual airplane is 98 feet long. The scale of the model is 1 cm : 4.7 ft. What is the length of the model?
  6. algebra

    A model car is constructed with a scale of 1 : 15. If the actual car is 12 feet long, which proportion represents the length x of the model car?
  7. geometry

    Deshawn built a model train car. The length of the model train car is 6 in. The scale Deshawn used to build the model train car is 1:36. What is the actual length of the train car in FEET?
  8. math

    the scale used to make a model of a car is 1:18. the length of the model is 91/2 inches. how many feet long is the actual car.
  9. math

    the scale listed on the box containing a model ship is 1 inch to 8 feet. which proportion can be used to find the actual length of the ship if the length of the model is 5 feet
  10. math

    Brandon is making a model plane at a 1:36 scale. If the length of the actual plane is 60 feet, how many inches long should he make his model?

More Similar Questions