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A blueprint for a house has a scale factor of 1:35. A wall in the blueprint is 3inches. What is the length of the actual wall?
Can someone explain how to figure scale factor?

  • geometry -

    The actual wall is 35 times the wall on the blue print.

    Wall = 35 * 3in = 105 In.

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