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  1. anonymous
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    Omg what happened!

  2. anonymous
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    lol

  3. anonymous
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    What are scale drawings? Can you give an example?

  4. anonymous
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    @Michele_Laino

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    @heretohelpalways

  6. anonymous
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    https://www.mathsisfun.com/definitions/scale-drawing.html

  7. anonymous
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    let's say a human was 5 feet tall

  8. anonymous
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    but then the human was drawn with a scale factor next to it

  9. anonymous
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    and you would use the scale factor next to it to convert the measurements on the drawing to real life

  10. anonymous
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    wait but what is a scale factor? and in your own words please :)

  11. anonymous
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    it's a type of ratio

  12. anonymous
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    for example: A car drawn out had a scale factor of 1:40. For every 1 mm on the drawing, it is really 40 mm in real life

  13. anonymous
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    ok

  14. anonymous
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    anyways, next question

  15. anonymous
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    whats the complete answer with the example in it?

  16. anonymous
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    a type of ratio that can be used to convert a drawn out object's measurements on paper to the real life measurements of that object

  17. anonymous
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    that's a scale factor

  18. anonymous
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    a scale drawing is a drawing of something in real life, with measurements that are either smaller or bigger that the object/thing in real life

  19. anonymous
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    there is normally a scale factor next or in the drawing

  20. anonymous
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    and that tells you how

  21. anonymous
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    to convert the measurements in the picture to the measurements in real life

  22. anonymous
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    ok and an example of scale factor?

  23. anonymous
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    1:30

  24. anonymous
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    for every 1 cm on the paper is 30 cm in real life

  25. anonymous
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    not on the paper, but rather on the scale drawing

  26. anonymous
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    next question...

  27. anonymous
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    but can you give an example of a scale factor in words not in numbers please

  28. anonymous
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    a ratio that helps convert the measures of a scale drawing to the measures in real life

  29. anonymous
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    thats the example?

  30. anonymous
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    no, that's the definition of scale factor in my own words

  31. anonymous
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    okay, let's say there was a cow

  32. anonymous
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    oh okay :)

  33. anonymous
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    and he was drawn out 5 mm

  34. anonymous
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    on the drawing there was a scale factor of 1:20

  35. anonymous
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    so for every 1 mm in the drawing it was 20 mm in real life

  36. anonymous
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    so you would do 5*20

  37. anonymous
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    to find the measurement of the cow in real life

  38. anonymous
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    so whats the full example ?

  39. anonymous
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    what's the question, now I'm getting confused

  40. anonymous
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    the question is... What are scale drawings? Can you give an example?

  41. anonymous
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    scale drawing-a scale drawing is a drawing of something in real life, with measurements that are either smaller or bigger that the object/thing in real life

  42. anonymous
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    example: a human was drawn 5 cm

  43. anonymous
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    every 1 cm on the drawing was really equal to 1 ft in real life

  44. anonymous
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    so the person would be 5 feet

  45. anonymous
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    so is this the full answer for the question? A scale drawing is a ratio that helps convert the measures of a scale drawing to the measures in real life. For example, a human was drawn 5 cm. Every 1 cm on the drawing was really equal to 1 ft in real life. So the person would be 5 feet.

  46. anonymous
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    no

  47. anonymous
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    a scale factor the definition you gave me

  48. anonymous
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    I mean you gave me the definition of a scale factor

  49. anonymous
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    a scale drawing is a drawing of something in real life, with measurements that are either smaller or bigger that the object/thing in real life

  50. anonymous
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    thats the definition?

  51. anonymous
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    yup

  52. anonymous
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    no, i need the definition of a scale factor not a scale drawing

  53. anonymous
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    "A scale factor is a ratio that helps convert the measures of a scale drawing to the measures in real life."

  54. anonymous
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    change drawing to factor

  55. anonymous
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    ok so is this the full answer to the question? A scale factor is a ratio that helps convert the measures of a scale drawing to the measures in real life. For example, a human was drawn 5 cm. Every 1 cm on the drawing was really equal to 1 ft in real life. So the person would be 5 feet.

  56. anonymous
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    yes, I think that is correct

  57. anonymous
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    please make sure

  58. anonymous
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    just to be safe, I'll give you a different example

  59. anonymous
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    a cat in a drawing was 22 mm. For every 2 mm in the drawing, it would be 1 inch in real life

  60. anonymous
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    so the cat would be 11 inches in real life

  61. anonymous
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    ok

  62. anonymous
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    next question! :)

  63. anonymous
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    Can you describe the difference between complementary and supplementary angles?

  64. anonymous
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    complimentary angle: two angles with a sum of 90

  65. anonymous
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    supplementary angle: two angles with a sum of 180

  66. anonymous
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    so is this the full answer? A complimentary angle are two angles with a sum of 90. A supplementary angle are two angles with a sum of 180.

  67. anonymous
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    yup

  68. anonymous
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    ok next!

  69. anonymous
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    okay, make it quick

  70. anonymous
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    3. Can you find the area and circumference of a circle given the radius or diameter?

  71. anonymous
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    yes, you can

  72. anonymous
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    how

  73. anonymous
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    area of circle:

  74. anonymous
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    r means radius

  75. anonymous
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    half of the diameter of a circle is what the radius is

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  77. anonymous
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    that's the circumference of a circle formula

  78. anonymous
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    how do i put that in words

  79. anonymous
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    the area of a circle is pi times radius squared

  80. anonymous
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    the circumference of a circle is two times pi times radius

  81. anonymous
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    pi is typically approximated to 3.14

  82. anonymous
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    so is this the full answer... yes, you can. The area of a circle is pi times radius squared. The circumference of a circle is two times pi times radius. Pi is typically approximated to 3.14.

  83. anonymous
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    Yes, that's correct

  84. anonymous
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    sorry I have to go to ballet now... I'll tag someone

  85. anonymous
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    @nincompoop @Astrophysics

  86. anonymous
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    nooooo! please i only have two more

  87. anonymous
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    they are quick

  88. anonymous
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    4. What are vertical angles? Give an example?

  89. anonymous
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    vertical angles

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