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The bright of a model ticket us 4% of the bright of the actual rocket. The model is 1.8 meters high how high us the actual rocket?

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    is/of = %/100
    1.8m/x = 4/100
    1.8m = (4/100)(x)
    (1.8m)/(4/100) = x
    x=45meters
    (always remember is/of = %/100)
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    How do you define the "bright" of a rocket? Do you mean weight? Breadth?

    Why do you call it a ticket?

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