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## Missi designed a stained glass window and made a scale drawing using centimeters as the unit of measurement. She originally planned for the

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Missi designed a stained glass window and made a scale drawing using centimeters as the unit of measurement. She originally planned for the length of the window to be 44 in. but decided to change it to 48 in. If the length of the window in her scale drawing is 4 cm, which statement about the change of scale is true?

One cm represented 11 in. in the first scale, but now 1 cm represents 12 in. in the second scale.

One cm represented 44 in. in the first scale, but now 1 cm represents 48 in. in the second scale.

One cm represented 1 in. in the first scale, but now 1 cm represents 1 in. in the second scale.

One cm represented 12 in. in the first scale, but now 1 cm represents 11 in. in the second scale.

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Answer:A. One cm represented 11 in. in the first scale, but now 1 cm represents 12 in. in the second scale.

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