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A map indicates that two cities are 160 miles apart. The scale of the map is 1/2 inch= 20 miles.
1. how many inches apart are the cities on the map.
2. Another map show the two cities has a scale of 3/4 inch =20 miles. How many inches apart are the two cities in the map?

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    160/20 = 8
    8 * 1/2 = 4 inches

    I'll be glad to check your answer to # 2.

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    Thks Ms. Sue the answer for the second part is 6 inches.

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    Right.

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