What is a scale drawing?
Mathmatics a drawing with dimensions at a specific ratio relative to the actual size of the object drawn found on http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/Scale%20Drawing Mathmatics a drawing with dimensions at a specific ratio relative to the actual size of the object drawn found on http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/Scale%20Drawing Mathmatics a drawing with dimensions at a specific ratio relative to the actual size of the object drawn found on http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/Scale%20Drawing
A scale drawing is a drawing of and object etc. that is life size! Read More
The answer depends on what aspect of the scale drawing you wish to calculate. Read More
It shows the constant of proportionality between the scale drawing and the real-life object. Read More
# is the ratio of the demensions in the drawing to the corresponding actual dimensions. The scale factor for a scale drawing is the ratio of the dimensions in the drawing to the corresponding acual bimensions. Read More
it depends of the scale of the drawing Read More
Not all drawings are done to scale, sketches of buildings and people for instance. However if it is a technical drawing the draughtsman/woman will state on the drawing the scale used. Read More
Make a scale drawing of a giraffe that is 5.5 m tall The drawing is 7 cm tall what is the scale of the drawing?
1cm = 78.6 Read More
The scale factor of a scale drawing is the ratio of any length in the drawing to the true corresponding length in the "real" object. Read More
The scale indicates how many units of length of the actual object are represented by each unit of length in the drawing. Read More
The scale drawing in math is fun. You have to know the challenge level of the basic Mathematics. Read More
a scale drawing. Read More
A linear scale, also called a bar scale, graphic scale, or graphical scale, is a means of visually showing the scale of a map, nautical chart, engineering drawing, or architectural drawing.:)) Read More
Drawing to scale means to draw real objects in their accurate sizes except they are reduced. A house plan is a common item that is drawn to scale. Model cars are another example of drawing to scale. The item is in proportion but smaller. Read More
the disadvantages is that , the isometric drawing is not always to scale so for example if you was to draw a wardrobe in isometric drawing , then you could think its a to scale drawing when it isnt Read More
Not necessarily. Hand drawing gives you freedom, but then again with scale drawing, you get a more "finished" feeling i dont know the right word. Read More
It depends on the purpose and type of the drawing. If the scale would be necessary for proper interpretation of the drawing (e.g. mechanical drawing, plans for a building) then yes. If the scale would not help in interpreting the drawing (e.g. electronics schematic, software data flow diagram) then no. Read More
I need help in drawing to scale for landscaping purposes. If the dimension is any more complicated than a 10 x 10 square, I can't seem to get the scale right. I need Drawing to Scale for Dummies. Help. Read More
A scale drawing makes it easier to visualize and work with objects of systems that are very large or very small. The key decision is determining the scale, i.e., the ratio between the dimensions of the object and the scale drawing. Read More
A scale drawing! Read More
It refers to the 'scale' of the drawing. Read More
Scale is how much smaller(or bigger) the drawing is compared to the real object. It'd be real awkward if you were drawing a house to have to make the drawing as big as the house would be. But for the drawing to work out you need to know how to translate between the drawing and reality - so you decide something. Scale 1:12 for instance would mean that something that's one inch in the drawing… Read More
This is a scale version of the original. If the scale is less than 1 then the drawing is smaller than the original object. If the scale is greater than 1 then the drawing is larger than the original. If the scale is 1 then the original and the drawing are the same size. Read More
If an artist is painting a mural from a scale drawing of a mural the scale drawing is 8 inches wide when the mural is complete it will be 4 feet wide what is the drawings scale?
6to1 Read More
you have to make the drawing bigger and multiply or divide the drawing by the same number Read More
It is a scale drawing Read More
10 feet is 120 inches so if this is represented by 8 inches on a drawing the scale is 1:15 Read More
The scale for a drawing is 1 centimeter 5 meters Make a scale drawing that measures 20 meters by 15 meters?
70 meters Read More
Julie made a scale drawing of an Apache helicopter If the helicopter rotors are 12 feet long. how long are they in her drawing scale is 1in 4ft?
3in Read More
An architectural drawing is a map of a room drawn to scale. Read More
The scale factor. Read More
In a box marked key or legend, often at the bottom of the drawing. Read More
On a scale drawing the scale is 12 inch 2 feet Find the dimensions of the room in the drawing 14 ft by 18 ft PLEASE HELP ASAP?
28 ft. by 36 ft. Assuming the scale is 12 inches (drawing) = 2 ft (room). For every one foot in the drawing, you get two feet of room. Room then is 28 ft. by 36 ft. in a 14 X 18 drawing. Read More
This means drawing something exact. For example, if in a test it was to say 'NOT drawn to scale' it would mean it isn't drawn correctly and wasn't reliable. Read More
It is 1:500 scale. Read More
"Not drawn to scale" means that the proportions of figures in a picture are not necessarily accurate. Read More
because otherwise it's not drawn to a consistent scale in all directions Read More
There needs to be a drawing before an answer can be given. Read More
How do find out what the scale drawing is for a giraffe that is 5.5m tall and the drawing is 7 cm tall?
1:786 Read More
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A diagraph Read More