The map drawn to a scale of 1cm=50cm
if 2cm is 50km 1cm is 25km
1:10,000 represents a scale of 1cm to every 10,000cm. 10,000 centimetres is equal to one metre.
Somewhere on a map there will be a scale. The scale will tell you the ratio of a distance on the map to the corresponding distance on the ground. eg 1cm = 10km
The ratio is: 7cm to 1cm
1cm2 = 1cm x 1cm 1cm = 10mm 10mm x 10mm = 100mm2 100mm2 equals 1cm2.
1cm : 0.00001km
There are 10mm in 1cm. Therefore there are 102mm2 in 1cm2 which equals 100 square millimetres.
1m = 100cm. So, 200m = 200x100cm = 20,000cm. 1cm in the map representing 200m on the ground will be 1:20,000 in ratio.
It means that the map's length is drawn according to a certain scale. For example, if they say that the map is drawn to scale, and they give a scale like 1cm=2km, for every 1cm on the map, it is 2km in real life.
100 km = 100,000 m = 10,000,000 cm Hence this is a scale of 1:10,000,000.
This is called scale. Every map is drawn to a certain scale (which is the relationship between the distance on the map and the corresponding distance in reality). The map scale is indicated normally as a ratio. For example 1:1,000,000. This means that 1cm on the map (for example) relates to 1,000,000cm (10km) in reality.
1cm1cm is equal to 1cm2 this is not equal to 1cm 1cm2 means a box that has four edges that each measure 1cm. just a plain 1cm is a length of 1cm.
10mm equalls 1cm and 2m equalls 200cm. The ratio is 1:200.
1 cm squared is 10mm by 10mm so 1cm squared equals 100mm squared
A scale factor in a number that changes the size of a shape by that scale examples: 1: if you have a square that is 1cm by 1cm and you increaseit by a scale factor of 3 the square would then be 3cm by 3cm 2: if you had a 2cm by 2 cm square and increase by a scale factor of 0.5 you'd get a 1cm by 1 cm square