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  1. Emah
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  2. LogicalApple
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    Unusual question -- I have never seen ratios written that way before. Map scaling always begins with a 1 Like... 1:5000 or 1:10,000 Where 1 map unit is equivalent to 5000 land units. Or 1 map unit is equivalent to 10,000 land units. Seems like your answer choices are written in reverse?

  3. Emah
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    I don't understand it. Thanks you for helping though.

  4. FeoNeo33
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    This is easy, one sec.

  5. FeoNeo33
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    0.01 meter = 1 centimeter. 1 meter = 100 centimeters So I would go with the second answer, or B.

  6. Emah
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    Ok. Thank you @FeoNeo33 ...

  7. FeoNeo33
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    Medal please and you're welcome

  8. Emah
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    Bro I already gave the other guy a medal :) Sorry.

  9. LogicalApple
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    He got a medal anyway

  10. FeoNeo33
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    Its cool, he gave me his. lol.

  11. Emah
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    Haha nice.

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