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17 April, 06:10

The Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco is 220 feet tall. If a model of the bridge is created with a scale of 3 feet = 80 feet, how tall is the model?

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  1. 17 April, 07:43
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    5866.66 feet

    Step-by-step explanation:

    Step 1:

    Let the Golden gate bridge be 220 feet tall before using scale ratio.

    Here the scale ratio given is for 3 feet = 80 feet is the scale ratio.

    Step 2:

    To convert the 220 feet tall gate bridge in this conversion we have to do following things.

    Let 220 feet contains 73.33 * 3 feet.

    For every 3 feet it is equal to 80 feet.

    220 feet is approx equal to 73.33 * 80 = 5866.66 feet
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