Sarah is making a scale drawing of a painting that is 48 in. wide by 120 in, high. Her paper is 12 in, wide and 24 in. tall. She decides to use the scale 1 in. = 4 in. Is this a reasonable scale?
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[tex]Sarah is making a scale drawing of a painting that is 48 in. wide by 120 in, high. Her paper is 12 i[/tex]
48 / 12 = 4
120 / 24 = 5
This is not a reasonable scale because ratios of tall and wide are not proportional.
Painting's actual size: 48 in wide and 120 in high
Paper's actual size: 12 in wide and 24 in tall
Scale: 1 inch = 4 inches
48 in ÷ 4 in = 12 inches
120 in ÷ 4 in = 30 inches
The scale is not reasonable because the paper size is not sufficient for the painting.
Using the scale of 1 inch = 4 inches, the paper size needs to be 12 inches wide and 30 inches tall. The actual paper is only 24 inches tall.
The scale is not reasonable .
We are given that Sarah is making a scale drawing of a painting that is 48 in. wide by 120 in. high.
Her paper is 12 in. wide and 24 in. tall.
Scale : 1 in. = 4 in.
Since 1 inch = 4 inch
So, 12 inch = [tex]12\times 4 = 48 inches[/tex]
24 inch = [tex]24\times 4 =96 inches[/tex]
The given scale is not reasonable because the scale is true for the width but false for the height
Since the actual height is 120 inches and we are getting 96 inches using the given scale .
Hence the scale is not reasonable .
yes because you multiplying the sides
1:4=.25 or 25%
so 12/47=.25 or 25%
24/120=.2 or 20%
that ratio does not match the height ratio
Set up a system of equations