John painted a picture of her house on canvas. The actual width of the driveway is 30 ft. If it is represented with a width of 6 inches on the canvas What was the scale factor used?

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John painted a picture of her house on canvas. The actual width of the driveway is 30 ft. If it is represented with a width of 6 inches on the canvas What was the scale factor used?

you didn't post any answer choices, so its not 100% clear what your teacher is looking for

however, log(15/7) is equivalent to log(15) - log(7)

i'm using the rule log(x/y) = log(x) - log(y)

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i’m sorry but i don’t know sorry

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a=24; b=12

step-by-step explanation:

a/b=2: 1

a=2b

36/(1+2)=12

b=12

a=24