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# If you are drawing a map where the scale is 1 inch equals 2 miles how many inches would it take to show 12 miles?

Updated: 4/28/2022 Wiki User

13y ago

12 miles divided by 2 miles equals 6 inches so it is 6 inches dah Wiki User

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Q: If you are drawing a map where the scale is 1 inch equals 2 miles how many inches would it take to show 12 miles?
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