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### Day 9 scale map

1. 1. OBJECTIVE: How do we find actual distances using a scale map? Do Now If the perimeter of a square is 56, what is the length of the diagonal? State the exact answer. 1
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3. 3. Anticipatory Set 1.) How are maps drawn so that they look exactly like the area that they represent? 2.) Why is it important to draw a map to look exactly like the area it represents? 3
4. 4. SCALE OF THE MAP: 0.625 in. = 4 mi. Find the actual distance between the following two towns. Actual Distance on Proportion Distance Map (in.) (mi.) 1.) Smithtown to Sayville 4
5. 5. SCALE OF THE MAP: 0.625 in. = 4 mi. Find the actual distance between the following two towns. Actual Distance on Proportion Distance Map (in.) 2.) St. James to (mi.) Hempstead 5
6. 6. SCALE OF THE MAP: 0.625 in. = 4 mi. Find the actual distance between the following two towns. Actual Distance on Proportion Distance Map (in.) (mi.) 3.) Centerport to Lindenhurst 6
7. 7. SCALE OF THE MAP: 0.625 in. = 4 mi. Find the actual distance between the following two towns. Actual Distance on Proportion Distance Map (in.) (mi.) 4.) Long Beach to Holbrook 7
8. 8. BEFORE YOU LEAVE If you were driving in a car, why are the distances we found today going to be less than the distance you drive? 8
9. 9. Mr. Tjersland's Math 7 Homework: Prepare for Weekly Quiz #17 9