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Ratio of the length of drawing of the object to the actual length of the object is called?
What are the precautions for using a meter scale to measure the length of an object?
Asked in Length and Distance
What are the precautions needed while using a meter scale?
1) Place the scale in contact with object along its length. 2) If the zero mark is not clear use any other full mark of the scale, subtract reading of this mark from the reading at other end. The difference is the length of the object. 3) Your eye must be exactly in front of the point where the measurement is to be taken.
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry
What are the relationship between the area scale factor and the side length scale factor of similar figures?
What is the length of image if the scale factor is 8 and the length of figure is 10yds?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Chemistry, Temperature
What are 2 reference points on the temperature scale?
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Geometry
Can you figure height of a 3 d object if you only have depth and width?
An object is placed on a scale under what conditions does the scale read something other than the objects weight even though the scale is functioning properly and is calibrated correctly?
-- The scale itself is accelerating vertically, either upward or downward. -- The scale and object are falling. -- The scale and object are in an elevator which is either just starting out or just coming to rest. -- The scale and object are on a space vehicle during or after launch, or in transit, or during re-entry or landing. -- The scale and object are on the moon, or on another planet. In either of these cases, the scale reads the correct 'weight', but it's not the reading you expect, since it's not the object's earth weight.
What is a scale?
The weighing scale is a device for measuring the weight of an object. These scales are also used in science to obtain the mass of an object, weight of an object. It is also the musical scale; do, re, mi, fa, sol, la, ti, do. A scale refers to an instrument that is used in finding the weight of objects.
How is a reading on a spring scale equal to a friction force?
A scale is a force indicator. The reading on a scale is simply telling you what force is being applied. If you try dragging an object across the floor using a spring scale, you are applying a force to the spring scale which is applying a force to the object. The spring scale cannot put more force on the object than you are putting on the scale, and it has to put all of the force that you put on it on the object you are pulling. The only other force on the object besides your pulling force is friction. If the object is traveling at a constant velocity, the forces on it are equal. That means that your pulling force has to equal the force of friction. The scale that you are using will read the amount of force you are putting on the object which will tell you how much friction is pulling backwards on the object because these forces are equal strengths.