7.5.C Solve mathematical & real-world problems involving shapes and scale drawings

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7.5.C: Proportionality

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- Q160s7.5.C: Proportionality
- Q2Corbin made a scale model of the San Jacinto Monument. The monument has an actual height of 604 feet. Corbin’s model used a scale in which 1 inch represents 100 feet. What is the height in inches of Corbin’s model?60406046.0460.460s7.5.C: Proportionality
- Q3The two parallelograms below are similar. What is the length in inches of PQ?38 in.34 in.14 in.40 in.60s7.5.C: Proportionality
- Q4Ana drew a map of the Panama Canal. In the scale Ana used for the map, 4 centimeters represents 20 kilometers. The actual length of the Panama Canal is 82 kilometers. What is the length in centimeters of the Panama Canal on Ana’s map?410 cm15.5 cm16.4 cm162 cm60s7.5.C: Proportionality
- Q5Triangle ABC is similar to triangle FGH. What is the value of x in centimeters?10.8 cm30 cm22.5 cm8 cm60s7.5.C: Proportionality
- Q6The distance between two cities on a map is 3.5 centimeters. The map uses a scale in which 1 centimeter represents 20 kilometers. What is the actual distance between these two cities in kilometers?5070606560s7.5.C: Proportionality