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Fan and Medal:The actual distance between two cities is 135 km. The map scale is 1cm:100 km Find the map distance. @mathmale
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mathmale
  • mathmale
You want to know how far apart the two cities appear to be on the map. If the actual distance is 135 km, and the scale is \[\frac{ 1cm }{ 100km },\]
mathmale
  • mathmale
and you use multiplication, cancelling units where necessary, what distance (in cm) do you obtain?
Electronia
  • Electronia
Um, Im in 7th grade, could you dumb it down a bit?

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@YoungStudier
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I think it might be 1.35...
18turns
  • 18turns
u are right 1.35cm=135 km
the_ocean_girl
  • the_ocean_girl
You're right! If 1cm= 100km, you would divide the number by 100 to get the value in centimeters!
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Oh. Cool. Thank you!
18turns
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anbody good at math

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