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# Scale Factor to Find Actual Dimensions

## Use a ratio to find actual dimensions.

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## Use Scale Factor When Problem Solving

Learn to use scale factors when problem solving.
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## Actual Dimensions Using Scale Factor

Use scale factor to find actual dimensions from scale models, drawings or maps
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## Scale Factor to Find Actual Dimensions

Use scale factor to find actual dimensions from scale models, drawings or maps
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## Scale Factor to Find Actual Dimensions

Use scale factor to find actual dimensions from scale models, drawings or maps
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## Scale Factor to Find Actual Dimensions

Learn to use scale factor to find actual dimensions from scale models, drawings or maps
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## Scale Factor

by CK-12 //basic
Shows how to use scale to determine the dimensions of a proportional model.
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## Use Scale Factor When Problem Solving

by Ellaine Chou //basic
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## Scale Factor to Find Actual Dimensions

by Kyle Bardman //basic