1.   The scale drawing of an artist's work has a scale of 1 inch =
18 inches. Find the size of the original work.
   
    A. 20 inches by 36 inches B. 33 inches by 27 inches
    C. 5 feet by 6 feet D. 90 inches by 108 inches
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  2.   Mike has an assignment to construct a scale drawing of an outdoor chair. He plans to use the scale 1 inch = 4 inches. If the height of the chair is 16 inches, how tall should it be in the drawing?
    A. 4 inches B. 6 inches
    C. 8 inches D. 2 inches
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  3.   A Titan rocket is 80 feet high. For his science project, Joe will build a scale model of the rocket. How tall will his model be if he uses the scale 1 inch = 5 feet?
    A. 16 inches B. 15 inches
    C. 14 inches D. 13 inches
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  4.   Alan made a scale drawing of his bedroom. In the drawing, 2 cm represent 7 m. If the windows in the drawing are cm apart, how many meters apart are the actual windows?
    A. m B. m
    C. m D. m
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  5.   Tina wants to enlarge this old photograph of her parents for their anniversary. If the scale is 1 inch = inches, what will the dimensions of the final photo be?
   
    A. in. by in. B. 5 in. by in.
    C. in. by 1 in. D. 6 in. by 7 in.
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