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How do you read O on a graphic fractional scale?
Graphic and fractional scales are two different things. A graphic scale on a map is a line marked with the lengths which represent real distances. It has a zero at one end. A fractional scale simply gives the ratio between map and real distances, e.g. 1: 10 000, so zero doesn't come into it.
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(mapping) A graduated line that indicates the length of miles or kilometers as they appear on a map; the line has the advantage of remaining true after the map is enlarged or… reduced in reproduction. Also known as bar scale.
Ok sooo you first put the scale number over the actual number then u ( if needed) covert to the same kind of measurement thennn you put the outcome over the scale again and yo…u simplify........
scale in art means the size or proportion of the model you are drawing.
Basically, 1/2 equals 0.5 which means 1 divide by 2.
Advantages of the rating scales Graphic rating scales are less time consuming to develop. They also allow for quantitative comparison Many organizations use graphic rating s…cales because they are easy to use and cost little to develop. HR professionals can develop such forms quickly Disadvantages of graphing rating scale Different supervisors will use the same graphic scales in slightly different ways (YASIR)
Reading and using statement of scale graphic scale and scale shown by representative fraction method in detail?
scale can be expressed in words called statement of scale.
A fractional scale is a way that map makers tell you what distances on the map represent in real life. It does not use any units, so the scale might state 1:100000 [or 1/10000…0] which means that 1 unit on the map represents 100000 units in the real world. For example if you measure off 1 cm on the map, this represents 100000 cm (equivalent to 1000 m or 1 km) in the real world. See related link, below.
A graphic scale allows whoever is viewing the document or image to get an understanding of how large the image is. To accomplish this, you want to draw the scale with exponen…tially increasing increments, so that the viewer can easily compare the scale increments to the image displayed. For example, if the drawing is at 1/8" = 1' scale, the first increment would be 1 scale foot, then 2 scale feet (1x2), then 4 scale feet (2x2), then 8 scale feet (4x2), and then 16 scale feet (8x2). 0__1__2_____4__________8____________________16 As long as you keep the scale at increments that double at each increase, the scale will remain easy to read and allow for comprehensive comparison between the scale and the image.
You can download comics on www.marveldcforum.com They have a community library. They are pretty cool about it and have a lot of stuff. If you ask them for something, they will… probably have it.
You can read them at the library.
A graphic scale is one type of map scale, which tells you how distance on the map compares to the actual distance across the land. Graphic scales show the scale as a line or a… bar with the distance markings on them. Other types of map scales include numeric (such as 1:24,000 means one inch on the map represents 24,000 inches on land), or verbal (1 inch=1 mile).
A manager rates each employee on the listed areas according to a numerical score
They both can be divided.
The Graphic Rating Scale is the simplest and most popular method for performance appraisal
when you scale a fraction up you have to multiply by a number that will get the denominator to the same number. But what you do to the bottom you must do to the top.
Well, first you need to be able to know what a contract is saying;second, what if your deaf then you need to be able to read.