## How long is 16 cm on a ruler?

6.299212598425196 Inches

## What size is 17cm?

Size Guide

AU & EU WRIST MEASUREMENT USA WRIST MEASUREMENT USA SUGGESTED BRACELET SIZE
16cm 6.3″ 7.1″
16.5cm 6.5″ 7.3″
17cm 6.7″ 7.5″
17.5cm 6.9″ 7.7″

## What size is 15 cm in inches?

5,905511811 inches

## What will be the ratio of 40 cm to 1 m?

Correct answer: 1m 40cm = 140cm. 1m = 100cm. So the ratio is 140cm:100cm. This can be put as a fraction 140/100 and then reduced to 14/10 and further to 7/5.

## What does 1/100 scale mean on a drawing?

Ratio scales If the scale of the plan is 1 : 100, this means the real measurements are 100 times longer than they are on the plan. So 1 cm on the plan represents a real length of 100 cm (1 metre)

## What does 1cm to 5m mean?

Centimeters to Meters (cm to m) Conversion 1 Centimeter (cm) is equal to 0.01 meter (m). To convert centimeters to meters, multiply the centimeter value by 0.01 or divide by 100. Centimeter (centimetre) is a metric system length unit. 1 cm = 0.01 m.

## What is the ratio of 5 cm?

The answer is 2:5, because centimetre is longer than millimetre.

## What is the ratio of 2cm 1km?

In this case it means that 1cm on the map represents 50,000cm in “real-life”. 50,000cm = 500m = 0.5km, so 1cm on the map represents half a kilometre. 2cm would therefore represent 1km….Unit 7 Section 1 : Equivalent Ratios.

Example: write 160:240 in its simplest form
160:240 (divide both sides by 4)
2:3 SIMPLEST FORM

## What scale is 1cm to 1m?

So, 1m divided by 100 = 1cm. The same one meter long wall, at a scale of 1:500, would be drawn as 0.2cm long, or 0.002m.

## What does a 1 500 scale mean?

A scale of 1:500 means that the actual real-life measurements are 500 times greater than those on the plan or map. This means that it does not matter whether you take the measurements on the plan in millimetres (mm), centimetres (cm) or metres (m) – the measurements will be 500 times as much in real life.

## How do you convert to scales?

To scale an object to a smaller size, you simply divide each dimension by the required scale factor. For example, if you would like to apply a scale factor of 1:6 and the length of the item is 60 cm, you simply divide 60 / 6 = 10 cm to get the new dimension.