answersLogoWhite

0


Best Answer

1 cm to 250 m = 1 cm to 25000 cm = 1 to 25,000

User Avatar

Wiki User

โˆ™ 2013-12-20 22:39:27
This answer is:
๐Ÿ™
2
๐Ÿคจ
2
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
1
User Avatar
More answers
User Avatar

Anonymous

Lvl 1
โˆ™ 2020-05-05 16:41:55

ebhejhehawdu yur nmom gay

User Avatar

User Avatar

Anonymous

Lvl 1
โˆ™ 2020-05-02 10:53:25

1cm to 250m

User Avatar
User Avatar

Anonymous

Lvl 1
โˆ™ 2020-07-09 09:28:26
Yeh whatโ€™s the answer ???

User Avatar

Anonymous

Lvl 1
โˆ™ 2020-07-09 09:27:30

15cm

User Avatar

Add your answer:

Earn +20 pts
Q: What is the scale ratio of 1cm to 250m?
Write your answer...
Submit
Related questions

What is the scale ratio of 1cm to 10m?

1000


What distance does 1cm represent on a map with a map ratio 1 10 000?

1:10,000 represents a scale of 1cm to every 10,000cm. 10,000 centimetres is equal to one metre.


Which map would be bigger in size one map to scale of 1cm equals 100km or another map drawn to scale 1cm equals 50km?

The map drawn to a scale of 1cm=50cm


What is the scale ratio of 1cm equals 50km?

(50 km) x (1,000 m/km) x (100 cm/m) = 5,000,000So [ 1cm=50km ] is a scale of 1 to 5 million.


What is the ratio of 28cm to 4cm?

The ratio is: 7cm to 1cm


What is used to convert the distance on the map and the actual distance in real life?

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


What is scale of centimeters to kilometers?

1cm : 0.00001km


In a 1.50 scale 1cm equals?

1.50cm


Measurement scale for example 1cm 100m?

10000cm


1cm on the map represents 200m on the ground-express it as a ratio?

1m = 100cm. So, 200m = 200x100cm = 20,000cm. 1cm in the map representing 200m on the ground will be 1:20,000 in ratio.


What do people mean when they say'' a map is drawn to scale?

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.


Is age an interval or ratio scale of measurement?

It is a ratio scale of measurement.


What is 10mm to 2m in ratio?

10mm equalls 1cm and 2m equalls 200cm. The ratio is 1:200.


What size is a 1 50000 scale map?

1cm = 50,000cm


What is the scale ratio of 1cm equals 100km?

100 km = 100,000 m = 10,000,000 cm Hence this is a scale of 1:10,000,000.


What is the difference between size on map and real size?

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.


Is year is a ratio scale?

The year is interval scale (no natural zero); your age is ratio.


What isa scale factor?

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


What is a pitch of vernier caliper?

1/no of disions in 1cm of main scale.


What is the ratio of volume to surface area of a cube with the dimesion 1cm x 1cm x 1cm?

It doesn't matter what the unit of measurement is, or what size the cube is. If the length of the side of the cube is 'S' units, then the volume is S3 and the surface area is 6S2. The ratio of volume to surface area is (S3/6S2) = S/6 units. For this one, the ratio is 1/6 cm.


If a scale is given as 1cm to 20m find the real length of a line if its scale drawing size is 6cm?

1cm:15m If 1 cm = 20 m then 6 cm = 120 m real length


What gives the ratio that compares measurements of the drawing to the measurements of the real object?

It is the scale ratio or scale factor


How is scale factor related to a ratio?

A scale factor is the ratio of corresponding linear measures of two objects.A scale factor is the ratio of corresponding linear measures of two objects.A scale factor is the ratio of corresponding linear measures of two objects.A scale factor is the ratio of corresponding linear measures of two objects.


What is a scale written as a ratio called?

scale factor


What is the difference between scale factor and scale ratio?

if two polygons are similar, then the ratio of the length of 2 corresponding sides is called a scale factor

Study guides

๐Ÿ““
Create a Study Guide