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 A scale model of a city 2010-05-18 From Briana:Well I have to create a three dimensional city for a geometry project and it requires us to use precise scal factor and well we want to build a medium sized city but our teacher said that If we make or buildings to high our houses would look like super small compared to the tall building were trying to figure out if we were to build a medium sized city what scale factor should we use to make the houses big enough to see and design?Answered by Walter Whiteley and Tyler Wood. Constructing a scale model 2009-09-27 From Colleen:What is the formula i need to use to find out how to state a reasonable scale in the question below; Suppose you were constructing a model that must sit on a piece of cardboard that is 22cm by 28cm. STATE THE REASONABLE SCALE that you can use to build a model to represent the following items. Determine the dimensions of the model. a) a rectangular prism with a length of 5m and a width of 2m?Answered by Penny Nom. A scale model 2006-11-30 From Adrianna:1) A model of a storage compartment is to a scale of 1:40. If the surface area of the model is 25 square centimeters, what is the surface area of the actual storage compartment? a) The storage compartment in the last question has an actual volume of 8 cubic metres. What is the volume of the model?Answered by Penny Nom. A train model is created using a scale of 1:60 2006-01-01 From Jennifer:An "n gauge " train model is created using a scale of 1:60. If an actual train engine, the "K-4" an early twentieth-century engine,is 45 feet long, what is the length of an "N gauge" model of the engine in inches?Answered by Penny Nom.

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