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On an architect's plan for a house, the scale reads ½ in. = 5 ft. How long is the actual length of a room that's 2 in. long on the drawing? A. 20 ft. B. 25 ft. C. 10 ft. D. 15 ft.
½ in. = 5 ft, 1inch. =10 ft. 2in.=2*10 =20 ft. The actual length of a room that's 2 in. long on the drawing: 20 ft.
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½ in. = 5 ft,
1inch. =10 ft.
2in.=2*10 =20 ft.
The actual length of a room that's 2 in. long on the drawing: 20 ft.
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