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A map has a scale of 1 cm: 2 km.

What is the actual length of the road measuring 5.5 cm on the map?

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**Answer:**

5.5 cm ×2

11km

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__Answer__:

__Step-by-step explanation__:

On map, a simple small unit is choosen, so that big units can be expressed by small units.

The scale of the map is 1 cm = 2 km, So, every 1 cm on map is 2 km cm or 2000 meters.

Given, is the length of the road on the map is 5.5 cm. Means 5.5 cm is the smaller unit.

(We have, 1 cm = 2 km)

So, by solving we get,

So, the answer is

Meter is the bigger unit so after solving we choose bigger unit in the answer.

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__Extra Information__:-

1 Kilo-metre = **1000 Metre**

1 Metre = **100 Centi-metre**

And

1 Centi-metre = **10 Mili-metre**.

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