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**Changing the Scale Drawing of a Swimming Pool.**

Here is a scale drawing of a swimming pool where 1 cm represents 1 m.

**(1).** How long and how wide is the actual swimming pool?

**(2).** Will a scale drawing where 1 cm represents 2 m be larger or smaller than this drawing?

**(3).** Make a scale drawing of the swimming pool where 1 cm represents 2 m.

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**Finding Corresponding Parts of Scaled Copies.**

Triangle is a scaled copy of triangle . For each of the following parts of triangle , identify the corresponding part of triangle .

**(1). ** angle = ?

**(2). ** angle = ?

**(3). ** segment = ?

**(4). ** segment = ?

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**More Practice on Scaled & Actual Copies.**

Interact with the applet below and answer the questions that follow.

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A map of a park has a scale of 1 inch to 1,000 feet. Another map of the same park has a scale of 1 inch to 500 feet. Which map is larger? Explain or show your reasoning.

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Quadrilateral Q is a scaled copy of Quadrilateral P created with a scale factor of 3.

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If a student uses a ruler like this to measure the length of their foot, which choices would be appropriate measurements? Select **all **that apply. Explain your reasoning.

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