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What is the definition of Scale model?

An exact replica of something, such as a boat or an aircraft, that is many times smaller than the real thing. So a model kit you buy from a hobby store of the Titanic when assembled, will be 1/25th or maybe 1/35 scale. This meaning that the original Titanic would be 25 or 35 times the size of the model you built from the model kit.

An architect built a 5 foot tall model for a client The actual building will be 120 feet tall What is the scale factor?


A three dimensional object cannot be built from two dimensional objects?

That's more of a statement than a question. It's also a false statement. You can build a three dimensional object from two dimensional objects, if you have an infinite number of them.

A three-dimensional object may be built from two-dimensional objects?

true You can imagine any 3 dimensional shape as stacking the 2 dimensional version of that shape on top of each other. Actually, it is false. You can imagine a 3-d object being made up of a lot of 2-d objects stacked on top of one another. But remember that, by definition, a 2-d object has no thickness (or, in this case, height). Height of one 2-d obect = 0 so height of n such objects = n*0 = 0 So a stack, no matter how many objects you use, will remain 0. And so you are not building up a 3-d object. Alternatively, you could imagine a cube (3-d) being built up from 6 square faces (2-d). Except that this is just the shell of the 3-d object, not the 3-d object itself.

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Where was the original site of the globe theatre?

It's a short distance away from where the replica of the Globe was built. The original was where 67-70 Anchor Terrace, Park Street, Southwark now stands.

Why was bluenose built?

It was a replica of Bluenose.

Why was Bluenose II built?

It was a replica of Bluenose.

Was the appearance of the Titanic realistic?

they built an exact replica.

Has anyone built a replica of the Ark of the Covenant?

There have been claims of replicas being built by various individuals or groups, but there is no conclusive evidence to confirm the existence of an exact replica of the Ark of the Covenant. The original Ark is believed to be lost to history, and its exact design and construction remain a mystery.

How old is the iron bridge?

if u want to know, look somewhere else!! FYI: it doesn't have it here!!

What famous theater did the lord chamberlain's men build?

The original Globe Theatre in London, built 1599, destroyed by fire and rebuilt 1613 and ultimately torn down in 1642. This is not the same as the New Globe in London today (which is a replica of the original).

What was and is The Globe Theater?

The Globe Theater was a wooden, thatched, open air, London, Tudor theater where many of Shakespeare's plays were first performed. A replica of the theater has been built on its original site in London where the original theater experience of the Tudor times can be had. This too is named the Globe after the original.

What state is Fort Mandan in?

Fort Mandan was an encampment built on the Missouri River about twelve miles from what is now know as Washburn, North Dakota. There is now a replica that stands near the original site.

Which African ruler built a replica of St Peter's Basilica in Africa?

The building in question has been built by President Felix Houphouët-Boigny of the Ivory Coast. It has been built at the new legislative centre of Yamoussoukro and is not an exact replica of St Peter's.

Is the globe theatre still used today?

The Globe Theatre The original Globe Theatre in London, England, was built in 1599 by the Lord Chamberlain's Men - a theatre company which included William Shakespeare. It was destroyed by a fire in 1613, rebuilt in 1614 and finally demolished in 1644. In 1997 a replica of the original theatre was built, close to the original site and is called Shakespeare's Globe Theatre.

What is the history of the globe theatre in london?

The Globe Theater in London was most famous for putting on Shakespeare's plays in the 1600s. The Globe was built in 1599 by Shakespeare's playing company, and it was rebuilt in 1614 after a fire burned down the first one. A replica of the original Globe Theater was built in 1997, only a few hundred feet from the site of the original.