Q: How do find the actual area from a scale drawing?

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# is the ratio of the demensions in the drawing to the corresponding actual dimensions. The scale factor for a scale drawing is the ratio of the dimensions in the drawing to the corresponding acual bimensions.

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28 ft. by 36 ft. Assuming the scale is 12 inches (drawing) = 2 ft (room). For every one foot in the drawing, you get two feet of room. Room then is 28 ft. by 36 ft. in a 14 X 18 drawing.

New perimeter = old perimeter*scale factor New area = Old area*scale factor2

If you know how to find the area of a triangle do the same thing and you will get the same answer.

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# is the ratio of the demensions in the drawing to the corresponding actual dimensions. The scale factor for a scale drawing is the ratio of the dimensions in the drawing to the corresponding acual bimensions.

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1km=5cm

28 ft. by 36 ft. Assuming the scale is 12 inches (drawing) = 2 ft (room). For every one foot in the drawing, you get two feet of room. Room then is 28 ft. by 36 ft. in a 14 X 18 drawing.

As you would find the surface area of a normal shape using scale factors: to find the volume scale factor cubed, therefore to find the surface area of the hypercube, you do the scale factor to the power of four. geoffrz450@yahoo.co.uk

New perimeter = old perimeter*scale factor New area = Old area*scale factor2

subtract the weight that the scale reads by 10

measure something in the drawing/model and measure a similar thing in real life. now divide the smaller measurement into the bigger measurement, that's the scale. So if in a model a person on street is 2cm then in real life a person is about 2 meters or 200cm so the scale is 1:100.

5 cm. But you will not find planets of that size anywhere!

So you can find out the actual distance from point A to point B.