Question 6 - Subtest II: Mathematics Practice Test for the CSET Multiple Subjects Test

A physics teacher tells his class that weight (in lbs) is directly proportional to mass (in kg), even though they are not both metric units. He then pulls out a mass with 5 kg stamped on it and puts it on a scale, showing the class that the scale reads a weight of 11.0 lbs. Given this information, what would be the mass of a person who weighs 175 lbs? Answer to the nearest tenth of a kg.

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