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10 December, 14:35

The square represents a scale model that was created by using a factor of 4.

Which is true of the measures of the sides of the original square?

Each side of the original square is the length of each side of the scale model.

Each side of the original square is 4 times the length of each side of the scale model.

Each side of the original square is the same length as each side of the scale model.

Each side of the original square is 4 feet less than the scale model.

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  1. 10 December, 15:29
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    B on edge
  2. 10 December, 15:32
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    Each side of the original square is 4 times the length of each side of the scale model.

    Step-by-step explanation:

    A square is a 2 dimensional shape that has all sides to be equal. The sides can be increased or decreased generally by a process called scalling. In this question, using a factor of 4 implies that each side of the original square was reduced by a factor of 4 to creat the scale model.

    Therefore, each side of the original square is 4 times the length of each side of the scale model is the appropriate option.
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