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who even made this question its so easy its 5 inches

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Well if 1 inch equals 100 miles than 5 inches would equal 500 miles.

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that was my answer but i wasn't shure it was correct

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Q: On your map 1 inch equals 100 miles how many inches would it take to show 500 miles?

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If 1 inch on a map equals 5 miles, then 150 miles is 30 inches.

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To answer that question, I would need the context which details a scale. If one inch on a scale equals 14 miles, that scale remains the same. So two inches (which equals 1 times 2) would translate into 28 miles (because 14 times 2 is 28). The same would hold true for 400 miles. If one inch equals 400 miles, two inches equals 800 miles, and three inches equals 1200 miles.

Seven inches would be 7 x 150 = 1,050 miles.

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12 miles divided by 2 miles equals 6 inches so it is 6 inches dah