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A model plane is 1/48 the size of the actual plane.if the model plane is 28 inches long how long it's the actual plane

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  1. Use a proportion. Cross multiply and solve for x.

    1/48 = 28/x

    x = 1,344 inches = 112 feet

  2. I got 1344 inches and 112 feet.

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