# Math

The white house, built 1792, is the oldest federal building in washington DC . The building has undergone extensive remodeling over the years. The main building is 4 stories high and is about 170 ft long by 85 ft wide. If a replica of the white house were made with a length of 4 ft, what would the width be of the replica?

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1. I thought the White House burned down in 1812.

4/170=x/85

Width scale= 4*85/270

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