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Cornell Notes with Summary Essential Question: Do architects use the same scale factor for each room when designing a house? Why or why not?

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1 Cornell Notes with Summary Essential Question: Do architects use the same scale factor for each room when designing a house? Why or why not?

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5 216 ft ft 2 x $5.50 = $1,188

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8 Gives a ratio that compares measurements Does not have to be in the same units EX 1 inch : 5 feet Its a scale, but it must have the same units, and is in simplest form You might have to convert the units EX 1 inch : 5 feet (scale) CONVERT both to inches ; 1 inch : 60 inches = 1:60 scale factor

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