 admin # A map has the scale 2 centimeters = 1 kilometer. on a map, the area of a forest preserve is 3.8 square centimeters. what is the area of the actual forest preserve

2 months ago

## Solution 1 Guest #28
2 months ago
We know that
the scale is 2 cm/1 km
on a map, the area of a forest preserve is 3.8 cm²
assuming it has a square shape
the length side of the square is
√3.8 cm
so
if 2 cm on a map-----------------> is a 1 km in the actual
√3.8 cm------------------------> x
x=√3.8/2 km

the area of the actual forest preserve is
(
√3.8/2)*(√3.8/2)----> 3.8/4---> 0.95 km²

0.95 km²

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