# MATH MS. SUE

1. The length of a piece of paper is 8.5 inches. Using scissors, you reduce the length of the paper to 4.25 inches. What is the scale factor of the dilation?

A. 1/4
B. 1/2
C. 2
D. 4

2. On a given blueprint, 1 inch = 30 feet. If the dimensions of a meeting room on the blueprint are 1.5 inches × 1.25 inches, what are its actual measurements?

A. 4.5 ft * 3.75 ft
B. 20 ft * 24 ft
C. 45 ft * 37.5 ft
D. 15 ft * 12.5 ft

3. Using 1 inch = 15 feet as the scale factor, what are the blueprint dimensions of a room in a model house that is actually 30 feet × 45 feet?

A. 2 in. * 3 in.
B. 3 in. * 2 in
C. 2 in. * 2 in.
D. 3 in. * 2 in.

4. The scale of a map is 1 inch = 30 miles. How many actual miles does 5.25 inches represent?

A. 157.5 miles
B. 175 miles
C. 1,575 miles
D. 1,750 miles

Q, 3 there is a repeat and it is stated that way I don't know why but if it was not meant to be repeated it could be D. 3 in. * 3 in.

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Ms. Sue
2. Spare me a second please, Ms. Sue

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3. Alright I don't have any answers in mind but I'd like your help hand me some equations to solve for this

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4. 1. B
2. C
3. A
4. A

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5. Are those correct?

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6. Where did you get those answers -- just 5 minutes before you said you didn't have any answers?

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Ms. Sue
7. I did the math silly

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8. Oh?

We see so much cheating here that I wondered if you copied these answers from someone else.

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Ms. Sue
9. Do you want me to give you an explanation for them?

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10. No thanks. Since you did the math, you know whether the answers are right or not.

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Ms. Sue
11. Yeah, just unsure on 2, and 3

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12. Post your math here, and I'll check.

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Ms. Sue
13. See you tomorrow Ms. Sue I have to go to bed but Ill have those explanations up soon

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14. LOL! Good night, Steve. <g>

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Ms. Sue
15. And here's all the answers to Unit 6 test:
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B
C
D
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C
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17: cross multiply
10/16 = w/112
16w = 1120
W=70
Striped golf balls = s
112-70= 42
18.
V (12,4)
W (-4,8)
X (-6,-4)
Y (6,-10)
19. They are not similar because none of the coordinates would divide or multiply to get the larger number. Example: take 2.4ft and multiply 3 you will get 7.2. Again, take 2.4ft and multiply 4 and you will get 9.4
20. Yes, they are equivalent. 4 x 21= 84
6 x 14= 84

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16. pretty sure every answer "helping you" gave were almost all wrong

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17. we need the unit 5 test

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18. Are they right?

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19. are they rigggggggggggggggggggggggghhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt or no like

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20. we need unit 5

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21. That is the unit 5 test answers you all just needed to look at the answers that were the last three to see it was the unit 5 test

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22. Helping you is a 100% correct!!!

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23. Helping you is RIGHT I GOT 100%

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24. bro this is hard

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25. is this right answers for the test

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27. Oh Snap!

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