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4.6: Use Unit Scale When Problem Solving

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Actual Dimension The actual dimensions are the real–life measures of the object or building.
Proportion A proportion is an equation that shows two equivalent ratios.
Scale Dimension A scale dimension is the measurement used to represent actual dimensions in a drawing or on a map.
Unit Scale The unit scale is the scale of measurement used to represent actual dimensions in a model or drawing. The scale includes units of measurement such as inches, feet, meters.

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