City park is a right triangle with a base of 40yd and a height of 25yd. On a map, the park has a base of 40in and a height of 25in. How do t

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City park is a right triangle with a base of 40yd and a height of 25yd. On a map, the park has a base of 40in and a height of 25in. How do the areas of the park and the map of the park compare

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Melanie 2 weeks 2021-09-14T08:09:59+00:00 1 Answer 0

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    2021-09-14T08:11:12+00:00

    Answer:

    every square yard of the park there is one square inch on the map

    Step-by-step explanation:

    First we will calculate the real area and the map area

    p = city park area

    p = ( 40yd * 25yd ) / 2

    p = 1000yd² / 2

    p = 500yd²

    m = map area

    m = ( 40th * 25th ) / 2

    m = 1000th² / 2

    m = 500th²

    if we compare the 500yd² of the park with the 500th² we realize that there is a relationship that for every square yard of the park there is one square inch on the map

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