Q: If 1 inch equals 100 miles on a map how many inches would it take to show 500 miles?

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If 1 inch on a map equals 5 miles, then 150 miles is 30 inches.

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If 1/2 inch equals 100 miles, then 1 inch would be 200 miles. Therefore, 1.5 inches would equal 300 miles (1.5 inches * 200 miles/inch = 300 miles). So, the state of Wisconsin would be 300 miles long on this map scale.

If 1 inch equals 400 miles on the map, then 2.5 inches on the map would equal 1000 miles in real life. This is calculated by multiplying the scale factor (1 inch equals 400 miles) by the distance on the map (2.5 inches).

If 1 inch on a map equals 5 miles, then 150 miles is 30 inches.

To find the number of inches for 180 miles on the map where 1 inch equals 20 miles, you would divide 180 by 20. This gives you 9 inches for 180 miles on the map.

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