MTH 156

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On a map, the length of a nature-center trail is 8.2 centimeters. If the scale is 3 centimeters to 24 kilometers, what is the actual length of the trail.

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    24/3 = x/8.2

    Solve for x.

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    The answer that I arrived at was 65.6 kilometers
    Thaks for your help

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