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You have been asked to build a scale model of your school out of toothpicks. Imagine your school is 30 feet tall. Your scale is 1 ft:1.26 cm.
A)If a toothpick is 6.3cm tall, how many toothpicks tall will your model be?
B)Your mother is out of thoothpics, and suggests you use cotton swabs instead. You measure them, and they are 7.6cm tall. How many cotton swabs tall will your model be?
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  1. A. h = 30Ft * 1.26cm/Ft = 37.8 cm. = Ht. of the model.

    37.8cm * 1toothpick/6.3cm = 6 Toothpicks

    B. 37.8cm/7.6 =

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  2. 4.97

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  3. You have been asked to build a scale model of your school out of toothpicks. Imagine your school is 30 feet tall. Your scale is 1 ft:1.47 cm.

    If a toothpick is 6.3 cm tall, how many toothpicks tall will your model be?

    The model will be
    toothpicks tall.

    Your mother is out of toothpicks, and suggests you use cotton swabs instead. You measure them, and they are 7.3 cm tall. How many cotton swabs tall will your model be? If necessary, round your answer to the nearest whole number.

    The model will be approximately
    cotton swabs tall.

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  4. Your mother is out of toothpicks, and suggests you use cotton swabs instead. You measure them, and they are 7.5 cm tall. How many cotton swabs tall will your model be? If necessary, round your answer to the nearest whole number.

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