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A pet store has various sizes of guinea pig cages. The diagram of the top of the cage has a width of 4.8cm and length of 6cm. what are the possible dimensions of this cage? A) 28in by 24in B) 28in by 18in C) 30in by 24in or D) 30in by 18in

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    6:4.8 = 5:4

    That ratio is the same as for selection (C)

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