# SOLUTION: A model of an airplane is 11 inches in length. The actual length of the airplane is 209 feet. What is the scale used to build the model?

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 Question 427512: A model of an airplane is 11 inches in length. The actual length of the airplane is 209 feet. What is the scale used to build the model?Answer by stanbon(57984)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!A model of an airplane is 11 inches in length. The actual length of the airplane is 209 feet. What is the scale used to build the model? --- 209 ft/11 in = (209/11)ft/in = 19 ft per inch ==================== Cheers, Stan H. ====================