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.
1 mile = 5,280 feet 1 feet = 12 inch 1 mile = 12 * 5280 1 mile = 63,360 inch 10 miles = 10 * 63,360 10 miles = 633,600 in The thickness of a penny = 0.061 in In 10 miles you have: 633,600 / 0.061 = 10386885.2459 pennys Value of 1 penny = 0.01 $ 10386885.2459 pennys = 10386885.2459 * 0.01 = 103,868.852459 $ stack of pennies 10 miles high = 103,868.852459 $ Or approximately : stack of pennies 10 miles high = 103,869 $
1 kilometer is equal to 0.6213711922 of a mile
A square mile is 640 acres, therefore 36 square miles would equal 23,040 Acres.
choose the ratio that you would use to convert 880 miles to yards
1 inch would equal one mile because no city is 100 miles. so the map would be a fraction of an inch and that would be hard to read :P same with 500 miles. Hi CVMS!!!
One mile is equal to 63360 inches. Therefore, one inch is equal to 1/63360 miles.
Personally, I would use metric measures, but if you still use Imperial measures, then 1 inch to 1 mile is best.
it depends on how big you want your map to be...if you pick one inch to one mile then it will be alot bigger...if you pick one inch to 500 miles then it will be smaller
One mile is equal to 63360 inches. Therefore, one inch is equal to 1/63360 = 0.000015782 recurring (that is, 0.0000157828282...) miles.
1.57828283 × 10-5 miles in an inch
Even the very largest of cities would not measure 40 miles from one side to the other. Therefore a scale of 1 inch to 40 miles would compress the city map into an area the size of a postage stamp. A scale of 1 inch to 400 miles would make it extremely tiny. A fairly large city could be 15 miles from one side to the other. With a scale of 1 inch to 2 miles the map may just fit on an A4 sheet of paper. 1 inch to 1 mile would fit A3. 1 inch to 1/4 mile would require 16 sheets of A3 which would be unwieldy. Depending on the size of the city and size of the paper on which you wish to print the map it looks as though a scale of 1 inch to 3/4 mile or 1inch to 1 mile would be preferable.
There are no miles in an inch however there are 63,360 inches in a mile
Zero miles are in an inch because an inch is too small for a mile to fit in
One mile is equal to 63,360 inches, so yes, a mile is bigger than an inch.
Four laps would be equal to 1.04 miles.
Miles and miles are the same measurement. Therefore, 1 mile is equal to 1 mile.