# Find the scale of the map if the distance equal to 14 km corresponds to a segment of length

Find the scale of the map if the distance equal to 14 km corresponds to a segment of length on it: A) 0.7 cm B) 2.5 cm C) 2.8 cm

To solve this problem, remember that the scale shows: how many times each line. plotted on the map, reduced in relation to its actual dimensions on the ground. Let’s convert kilometers to centimeters. 1 kilometer = 100,000 centimeters. 14 kilometers = 1,400,000 centimeters.

1) If the segment on the map is 0.7 cm, calculate the scale.

1,400,000 / 0.7 = 2,000,000.

2) If the segment is 2.5 cm, then.

1 400 000 / 2.5 = 560 000 cm.

3) If the segment is 2.8 cm, then.

1,400,000 / 2.8 = 500,000.

Answer: 1: 2,000,000; 1: 560,000; 1: 500,000.

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