# A picture measures 11 inches tall by 14 inches wide. Nathan wants to enlarge the picture to fit it in a frame that is 16 inches tall. What equation will he need to use to find out how wide the picture should be after it is enlarged?

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Nathan will need to use the equation:

[ \text{Original Width} \times \frac{\text{New Height}}{\text{Original Height}} = \text{New Width} ]

Substituting the given values:

[ 14 \times \frac{16}{11} = \text{New Width} ]

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