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posted by johnny .
suppose each side of a square in the grid is 4 cenimeters and represents 1 meter at a the actual dig site.what the scale factor of the grid map

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Hint:
1 m = 100 cm
so
scale
= 4 cm : 1 m
= 4 cm : 100 cm
= ?
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