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PLEASE I NEED HELP OVER HERE is this a good enough map scale? (file attached!)

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is that all?

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thanks jim!
? i didn't do anything? lol
yeah do you think i should add more
well im saying thanks for coming by
oh gotcha
should i add like where it is 1 cm and the measurement for 1 cm (59 mi)
Well, it's depending what you're trying to draw.:P If this is all, then it's good.
well i have a map project! and the only thing i need to do is the map scale
no that's all you need to do for the scale part that goes in the legend you need an inch drawn out and marked...then you need to denote how long that inch is in real life, which you did below
so you're done with that part
okay so is that all i need then?
yes
awesome! thanks a bunch!
np

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