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Status: October 27, 2011 | archive
The plan of the riding arena is drawn to a certain scale:
Scale 1: 200. What does this scale mean and how do you calculate with it?
1: 2 => reduction to half
1: 3 => reduction to a third
2: 1 => magnification to double
3: 1 => magnification three times
Scale riding arena
Scale 1: 200 - Reduction:
1 cm on the map corresponds to 200 cm in reality (200 cm = 2 m).
Length: The riding arena is actually 60 m (6000 cm) long. The length of the hall is drawn on the construction plan on a scale of 1: 200 and is 30 cm long.
Width: The riding arena is actually 20 m wide. At a scale of 1: 200 there are only 10 cm on the drawing.
1: 200 means here:
30 cm on the plan is 6000 cm (30 x 200) in reality.
10 cm on the plan is 2000 cm (10 x 200) in reality.
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