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The figure above shows the inside dimensions, in feet, of a certain room. An architect made a scale model of the room that had a floor and four walls, but not a ceiling. What was the scale of the model, in inches per foot, if the inside of the model had a total surface area of 2,304 square inches?

A) 0.25
B) 0.75
C) 1.8
D) 2
E) 4

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The figure above shows the inside dimensions, in feet, of a certain room. An architect made a scale model of the room that had a floor and four walls, but not a ceiling. What was the scale of the model, in inches per foot, if the inside of the model had a total surface area of 2,304 square inches?

A) 0.25
B) 0.75
C) 1.8
D) 2
E) 4


Discussed here: the-figure-above-shows-the-inside-dimensions-in-feet-of-a-certain-room-215984.html

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