# How wide are the model’s windows, in feet?

 Question 7a of 9 ( 3 Cross Product and Proportions 112896 ) Maximum Attempts: 1 Question Type: Numeric Fill In Blank Maximum Score: 2 Correct Answer: 0.5 Question: An old house in Boxerville measures 30 feet in height and has windows 5-feet in width. An architecture student builds a proportional model that is 3-feet high. How wide are the model’s windows, in feet?

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 Question 7b of 9 ( 3 Cross Product and Proportions 197378 ) Maximum Attempts: 1 Question Type: Numeric Fill In Blank Maximum Score: 2 Correct Answer: 0.75 Question: An old house in Boxerville measures 40 feet in height and has windows 5-feet in width. An architecture student builds a proportional model that is 6-feet high. How wide are the model’s windows, in feet?

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 Question 7c of 9 ( 3 Cross Product and Proportions 197379 ) Maximum Attempts: 1 Question Type: Numeric Fill In Blank Maximum Score: 2 Correct Answer: 0.4 Question: An old house in Boxerville measures 35 feet in height and has windows 2-feet in width. An architecture student builds a proportional model that is 7-feet high. How wide are the model’s windows, in feet?

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