## Guina made a scale drawing of a window she is making for her house. 1 centimeter = 3 inches. Triangle A B C. Side A is 4 centime

Question

Guina made a scale drawing of a window she is making for her house.

1 centimeter = 3 inches. Triangle A B C. Side A is 4 centimeters, side B is 3 centimeters, and side C is 5 centimeters.
Which proportion could Guina use to find the length of side B?
StartFraction 1 centimeters over 3 inches EndFraction = StartFraction 3 centimeters over x centimeters EndFraction
StartFraction 3 centimeters over 1 centimeter EndFraction = StartFraction x centimeters over 3 centimeters EndFraction
StartFraction 1 centimeter over 3 inches EndFraction = StartFraction 3 centimeters over x inches EndFraction
StartFraction 3 inches over 3 centimeters EndFraction = StartFraction x inches over 1 centimeter

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3 months 2021-08-15T07:54:32+00:00 2 Answers 8 views 0

## Answers ( )

1. Answer:

Proportion:  1/3=3/x

Step-by-step explanation:

The “1/3” proportion is telling us how the scale measurement relates to the real measurement.

The “3/x” describes the length of side B.

Now it is easy to figure out the answer! 😀

Hope it helped!

2. Answer:

c

Step-by-step explanation:

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