"Bring the scale and let's weigh these math books."
A scale, in math as in other fields where measuring is required, is a set of numbers that measure something.
The scale drawing in math is fun. You have to know the challenge level of the basic Mathematics.
A scale in math is basically a ruler which is usually 1 ft 12 in 30 cm
a scale is an arrangement of numbers in uniform intervals
well.... first off you have to find the scale factor...
A scale in Math is used in a chart. For example, if you wanted to make a chart such as "Tickets Sold", a scale would be usually the number of tickets sold. It is also usually done in a pattern such as 1000, 2000, 3000, 4000, and so on.
Math and science are both used to read and report the Richter scale. The Richter scale is used to measure earthquakes.
a scale model ~aka~(Scale drawing) in math terms is - The process of drawing a figure either enlarged or reduced in size from its original size. Usually the scale is given, as on a map 1 inch equals 10 miles.----http://dpi.wi.gov/standards/mathglos.html
Thermometer, Spring Scale, and a Balance Scale ;-) Math Homework... Suckie! :P
In mathematical terms, scale refers to the dimensions of an object in a drawing or model setting in comparison to the actual object.
If you do color you use math by using the scale to measure the grams of color, tones and developer you need.
1 inch = 1 mile.
Either a ruler or a scale.
From a math point of view, a logarithmic scale is used when there is a great range of values. Common example are the Ph scale for acidity, decibels for noise, and the Richter scale for earthquakes.
A scale of a graph is a series of numbers placed at fixed, or equal, id stances. The highest value on the scale should be greater than the greatest value of the data.
The scale on a map helps us figure out how far it is from Point A, to point B without having to do a bunch of math or anything. You just measure with the scale.
Length of your lines in your drawing and the scale compared to real size.
When the scale is large, there is little point in starting it at 0. We therefore start at a more appropriate number, and draw a little zigzag at the bottom of the scale where 0 would have been. That is a broken scale.
Graphic designers use math because they have to measure out models to a certain scale. They need to know how to calculate exact measurements.
Talking to an American who isn't a scientist, physicist, math guru.
i believe it is scale drawling Answer: The math used to design an aeroplane is the math of phyics, engineering, electronics and metallurgy - geometry, algebra , trigonometry, calculusThe math used to build the 'plane is - geometry, calculus, algebra
On a scale of one to ten, 9.9 repeating... SHE'S A MATH TEACHER OK!?
he used math because he had tio measure and scale