# Math

posted by Carmen

I have a same question as someone else but a little different. Based on a scale 1 inch equals 15 miles. Washington to Franklin is 1 1/2 inches, Franklin to Lincoln is 1 inch How much further from Franklin is Washington than is Lincoln I to got 7 1/2 inches? But I was also told I was wrong? Can anyone help me figure this out? Thank You

1. Ms. Sue

2. Carmen

That's my brother Matthew he wrote the question all wrong - mine is the right way but I still got it wrong.

Thank You

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