1.   Find the length of a closet on a scale drawing if the closet is 12 meters wide and the scale is 1 centimeter = 4.5 meters. Round to the nearest tenth.
    A. 2.7 cm B. 3.6 cm
    C. 3.4 cm D. 2.5 cm

  2.   Katie is on a hiking trip. She wants to go from Panther's Peak to Coyote Caverns. On her map, the two sites are 4 inches apart and the scale is
1 inch = 0.5 mile. How far will she have to walk?
    A. 6 mi B. 2 mi
    C. 4 mi D. 8 mi

  3.   An architect's scale model shows a building that is 4.5 inches high. If the scale is 1 inch = 350 feet, how high will the actual building be?
    A. 1,575 ft B. 78 ft
    C. 1,250 ft D. 900 ft

  4.   If the scale on a map is 1 inch for every 58 miles, and Baltimore, Maryland, and Los Angeles, California, are 2313.5 miles apart, approximately how far apart should they be on the map?
    A. 40 miles B. 39.89 inches
    C. 132.37 inches D. 30.08 inches

  5.   Mr. Navarro is a landscaper. He uses a computer program to generate scale drawings of his plans. If the scale on a particular drawing is 3 cm for each meter and Mr. Navarro wants to plant a hedge that runs along the side of a building and is 13 m long, how long should the drawing of the hedge on the program be?
    A. 30 cm B. 23 cm
    C. 39 cm D. 12.3 cm

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