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A map has a scale of 1 cm : 11 km. Two cities are 3.4 cm apart on the map. To the nearest tenth of a kilometer, what is the actual distance corresponding to the map distance?

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    x/3.4 = 11/1
    x = ?

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    Is there an answer to this?

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