An architect built a scale model of a sports stadium using a scale in which 2 inches represents 30 feet. The height of the sports stadium is 180 feet.

What is the height of the scale model in inches?

A.3

B.105

C.12

D.60

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What is the height of the scale model in inches?

A.3

B.105

C.12

D.60

I believe the answer is C, 12

Step-by-step explanation:

180 ÷ 30 = 6

6 x 2 = 12

the answer is 12 inches

every inche equals 15 feet from 30/2 then divide it by the total 180/15 which equals 12

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12 inches

Step-by-step explanation:

Given the conversion factor;

2inches = 30feet

if the height of the building is 180feet, we are to find the height of the scale model in inches.

Let x = 180 feet.

Equating both;

2inches = 30feet

x inches = 180feet

Cross multiply;

30 * x = 2 * 180

30x = 360

x = 360/30

x = 12inches

Hence the height of the scale model in inches is 12inches

C. 12 inches

Step-by-step explanation:

The height of the scale model in inches is 12 .

X=3 and y=4 is the answer

Ithink the answer would be that consents on one side and variables on one side

The height of the model in inches would be 6. if you multiply 30 until it reaches 180 you will have 6.

12 inches

Step-by-step explanation:

A. 12 in

We know that the sports stadium is 180 ft tall and that in the scale model there is 2 in for every 30 ft. If we divide 180 by 30 we get 6. There is 2 in for every 30 ft, so the answer would be 6 x 2 or 12 in.