Q: If the scale on a map is 1 inch equals 2 miles how many inches would it take to travel 12 miles?

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It is 20% bigger than youre original figure or whatever so like on some globes, an inch equals 100 miles so if you were in real life to travel 600 miles you would travel 6 inches on your globe

1 yard =36 inches so ,36/15 =2.4 2.4 is the scale factor if the scale is 15 inches equals 1yard

800 miles double 1 inch

when 1 inch = 400 miles then 2.5 inches = 2.5 x 400 = 1,000 miles

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100 miles

On the scale 1 inch:2 miles. 12 miles would be 6 inches

6 inches.

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).

That depends on the scale. If an inch equals 100 miles, they will be 3.22 inches apart. If an inch equals 50 miles, they will be 6.44 inches apart.

It is 20% bigger than youre original figure or whatever so like on some globes, an inch equals 100 miles so if you were in real life to travel 600 miles you would travel 6 inches on your globe

It would take 4 inches.

1 yard =36 inches so ,36/15 =2.4 2.4 is the scale factor if the scale is 15 inches equals 1yard

Assuming you mean "two and a half inches"? The answer is 1000 miles