**1**:

**50**is a ratio. it

**means**you're scaling

**1**unit to

**50**units. that could be inches (

**1**"=

**50**") or miles (

**1**mile=

**50**miles) or anything else, but it's a direct

**scale**.

Besides, what is a scale of 1 50?

In the real world, one meter is equal to one meter. A drawing at a

**scale**of**1**:10 means that the object is 10 times smaller than in real life**scale 1**:**1**. It is worth noting that**scale**drawings represent the same units. So, if a drawing is at**1**:**50**in cm, 1cm in the drawing will be equal to 50cm in real life.What is the scale of a floor plan?

Floor plans may be drafted to scale, which means reducing the size of a drawing so the whole room can fit on a piece of paper. A common scale is

**1/4 inch**equals 1 foot. This means that if something is drawn**1/4 inch**long in a floor plan, it is 1 foot long in real life.1

## Why is it necessary to draw to scale?

**Scale drawings**are a useful tool for any designer, because they can be used to plan, visualize and adjust landscape plans before breaking ground.

**Scale drawings**assign each object the same

**scale**compared to the actual objects.

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## What is the meaning of scale 1 2?

A

**scale**of**1**:**1**implies that the drawing of the grasshopper is the same as the actual object. The**scale 1**:**2**implies that the drawing is smaller (half the size) than the actual object (in other words, the dimensions are multiplied by a**scale**factor of 0.5).3

## How do you work out the scale factor?

To

**find**a**scale factor**between two similar figures,**find**two corresponding sides and write the ratio of the two sides. If you begin with the smaller**figure**, your**scale factor**will be less than one. If you begin with the larger**figure**, your**scale factor**will be greater than one.4

## What is the scale factor?

A

**scale factor**is a number which scales, or multiplies, some quantity. In the field of measurements, the**scale factor**of an instrument is sometimes referred to as sensitivity. The ratio of any two corresponding lengths in two similar geometric figures is also called a**scale factor**.5

## How do you find the scale factor of the dilation?

**Dilation scale factor**2: Starting with ΔABC, draw the

**dilation**image of the triangle with a center at the origin and a

**scale factor**of two. Notice that every coordinate of the original triangle has been multiplied by the

**scale factor**(x2).

**Dilation**with

**scale factor**2, multiply by 2.

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## Do you multiply scale factor?

The

**scale factor**, or linear**scale factor**, is the ratio of two corresponding side lengths of similar figures. Conversely,**you**can use the side lengths of two similar figures to calculate the**scale factor**. These problems involve**multiplication**or require**you**to simplify fractions.7

## How do you do dilation in math?

**Dilation**scale factor 2: Starting with ΔABC, draw the

**dilation**image of the triangle with a center at the origin and a scale factor of two. Notice that every coordinate of the original triangle has been multiplied by the scale factor (x2).

**Dilation**with scale factor 2, multiply by 2.

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## What is the rule of a dilation?

**Rules**for Dilations. A

**dilation**is a type of transformation that enlarges or reduces a figure (called the preimage) to create a new figure (called the image). The scale factor, r, determines how much bigger or smaller the

**dilation**image will be compared to the preimage.

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## How can you tell if your dilated?

**Part 2**

**Checking Your Cervix at Home**

- Insert two fingers into your vagina. You'll need to start your exam by getting an initial sense of how far you may be dilated.
- Push your fingers to your cervix.
- Continue using your fingers to feel how far you're dilated.
- Go to your delivery center.

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## How many fingers is 4 cm dilated?

During labor, your cervix will stretch from 0cm to a fully dilated 10 cm. During a vaginal exam, cervix dilation is measured by how many finger widths fit into the opening of the cervix. If the tip of one finger fits, the cervix is 1 cm dilated. If

**2 finger**tips fit, that signifies 2 cm.11

## Is dilation of the cervix painful?

The

**pain**experienced during**dilation**is similar to that of menstruation (although markedly more intense), as period pains are thought to be due to the passing of endometrium through the**cervix**. Most of the**pain**during labor is caused by the uterus contracting to**dilate**the**cervix**.12

## How do you get your cervix to open?

**Because of this, most doctors will only encourage you to speed up the dilation process or induce labor when they feel it is necessary.**

- Walk.
- Use Birth Balls.
- Do Gentle Exercises.
- Relax with Warm Shower.
- Empty Your Bladder.
- Stimulate Your Nipples or Have Sex.
- Try Acupressure.
- Opt for Medical Methods.

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## What are the signs of dilation?

**Signs and Symptoms of Labor**

- Lightening: You can breathe again!
- Bloody show: Loss of mucus plug.
- Rupture of membranes: Your water breaks!
- Nesting: Burst of energy.
- Effacement: Thinning of the cervix.
- Dilation: Opening of the cervix.

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## What are some signs that labor is nearing?

**8 signs labour is coming soon**

- Your baby drops. This usually occurs one to four weeks before your due date.
- Your cervix dilates.
- More cramps.
- Joints feel looser.
- Diarrhoea.
- Stop gaining weight.
- You feel even more tired.
- Vaginal discharge.

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## What are the first signs of labor?

**Below Ludka discusses six common signs to look for when the baby might be on its way.**

- The baby drops.
- Strong and regular contractions.
- Her water breaks.
- Lower back pain and cramping.
- Bloody vaginal discharge.
- Diarrhea or nausea.

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## Is tightening of the stomach a sign of labor?

True

**labor**is contractions with cervical changes. Usually, you'll start feeling Braxton Hicks contractions sometime in the second trimester, getting more pronounced the farther along you go in pregnancy. They can feel like a**tightening of the stomach**, as your**abdomen**(or rather the uterus) gets hard for no reason.17

## How many days can you be in early labor?

Early labor will last

**approximately 8-12 hours**. Your cervix will efface and dilate to 3 cm. Contractions will last**about 30-45 seconds**, giving you**5-30 minutes**of rest between contractions. Contractions are typically mild and somewhat irregular but become progressively stronger and more frequent.18

## Can you sleep through early labor?

Depending on how strong it feels, take

**one**or two paracetamol and rest. If**you can sleep through**your**early**contractions even better, as**you**'ll get some much needed rest to prepare**you**for birth and while**you**'re asleep your cervix**will**start to dilate.19

## What are the warning signs of Labour?

**Early signs of labour**

- A show - the plug of mucus that has been sealing your cervix comes away.
- Your waters breaking.
- Contractions.
- A cramping feeling - a bit like period pains.
- Feeling bloated, constipated or a bit of pain in your tummy.
- Diarrhoea or nausea.

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## What does a scale of 1 50 000 mean?

The relationship between distance on the ground and distance on the

**map**is known as the**scale**of the**map**. Typically,**scale**is expressed as a ratio such as**1**:**50,000**or**1**:10,000. If we take**1**:**50,000**, this**means**that**1**centimetre on the**map**equals**50,000**centimetres (or 500 metres) on the ground.