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I have to make this density graph on a standard sheet of graph paper of this area outside. Each side of the area is a meter (in real life). What would be an good scale to use for my graph on graph paper?

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    OK, so the area you are making a density graph of is one meter square.

    If your graph paper has an 7" x 9" ruled area, let 7 inches of graph paper equal one meter of "real life" . That is about 18% scale

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