** What does map scale 1 25000 mean **

The first number is the unit on the map and the second number is the distance in real life of the same unit so 1: 25,000 means that 1cm on the map corresponds to 25,000 cm on the ground.

** What is a scale of 1 25000 called **

Large Scale. 1:25,000 or larger. Medium Scale. 1:1,000,000 to 1:25,000. Small Scale.

** What would a 1 24000 scale mean for a map **

For example, a map scale indicating a ratio of 1:24,000 (in/in), means that for every 1 inch on the map, 24,000 inches have been covered on the ground. Ground distances on maps are usually given in feet or miles. Map Scale Conversion Factors. Scale.

** What does a scale of 1 30000 mean **

A map scale 1:30,000 means that one unit (whether inch or centimeter) on the map corresponds to 30,000 such units in reality.

** What would we use a 1 25000 map for **

Must-have map for hikers and cyclists

1:25 000 Scale Colour Raster is the must-have map in any navigation app or device for hikers and cyclists. It depicts the landscape with detail and clarity that's unsurpassed at this scale.

** What are the advantages of a 1 25000 map **

For finer detail and only looking at a small area at a time then a 1:25,000 scale map is about as detailed as you would want it to be. This will show individual boundary lines, smaller crags and rockfaces and areas of different ground vegetation and even bogs.

** How many km is a 1 25000 scale **

Maths (sorry): A 1:25,000 scale means that each millimetre on your map represents 25,000 mm or 25 metres on the ground (therefore 4mm on your 1:25,000 map will represent 100 metres and 4 cm will represent 1 km).

** What is the scale of a map 1 2500 **

If, for example, the length of a road is 1cm on a map and it measures 2500cm (or 0.025km) on the ground, the scale of the map is 1:2500. This would be called a large scale map as it can be represented as a very large fraction i.e. 1/2500.

** How big is a 1 24,000 map **

For the example 1:24,000, this means that one inch on the printed map is equal to 24,000 inches on the ground (or water). Since 24,000 inches are equal to 2,000 feet, that means one inch on the printed map is equal to 2,000 feet.

** What does a map scale of 1 50 000 mean **

A map scale is usually given as a ratio e.g. 1 : 50,000 which you read as "one-to-fifty thousand". This means that every centimeter on the map represents 50,000cm or 500 meters on the ground. This is a large scale map as it gives a lot of detail over a small area of ground.

** What does the scale 1 is to 50000 mean **

A map would also usually give its scale numerically ("1:50,000", for instance, means that one cm on the map represents 50,000cm of real space, which is 500 meters) A bar scale with the nominal scale , expressed as both "1cm = 6km" and "1:600 000" (equivalent, because 6km = 600 000cm)

** What if the scale is 1 50000 **

Ratio. A map scale is usually given as a ratio e.g. 1 : 50,000 which you read as "one-to-fifty thousand". This means that every centimeter on the map represents 50,000cm or 500 meters on the ground. This is a large scale map as it gives a lot of detail over a small area of ground.

** What is the size of the grid on a 1 25000 map **

4cm x 4cm

A grid square on the 1:50,000 scale, is 2cm x 2cm in size, as opposed to the 4cm x 4cm for the 1:25,000 scale. So, although the size on the map is different, the grid squares represent a 1km x 1km square on the actual ground for both scales.

** How big are the squares on a 1 25000 map **

Grid Squares: 1 blue grid square (4cm) represents 1 kilometre, which takes 15 minutes to walk and almost no time to drive. Amount of Detail: A 1:25,000 map will give you enough detail to do walking, running and off-road cycling plus micro and night navigation.

** How far is 1 km on a 1 25000 map **

Maths (sorry): A 1:25,000 scale means that each millimetre on your map represents 25,000 mm or 25 metres on the ground (therefore 4mm on your 1:25,000 map will represent 100 metres and 4 cm will represent 1 km).

** How does a 1 50000 scale compare to 1 25000 **

The smaller the ratio of the scale, the smaller the ground-area covered, so the map should show that area in greater detail; a map at 1:25,000 will cover a quarter of the area covered by the same size map at 1:50,000, but should show it in more detail.

** How do you read a scale of 1 2500 **

Representative Text / Ratio Scale

For example, 1:2500 means that 1 cm = 2500 cm. Because 2500 cm is difficult to interpret, we convert it into an understandable unit. In this case, there are 100 centimeters in a meter. When we convert centimeters to meters, 1 cm on the map is equal to 25 meters in real life.

** What does 1 25 000 mean **

For instance, a map scale of 1:25,000 tells us that 1 unit of measurement represents 25,000 of the same units on the Earth's surface.

** What is the difference between 1 25000 and 1 50000 os map **

The smaller the ratio of the scale, the smaller the ground-area covered, so the map should show that area in greater detail; a map at 1:25,000 will cover a quarter of the area covered by the same size map at 1:50,000, but should show it in more detail.

** What is the scale of 1 250000 **

1: 250000 means that 1 cm on the map represents 250000 cm on the ground.

** How big is a grid square on 1 25000 **

What's the size of a grid square on an OS map All OS maps are intersected by vertical and horizontal grid lines (4cm apart on 1:25,000 scale maps and 2cm apart on 1:50,000 scale maps) that are 4cm apart on 1:25,000 scale maps and 2cm apart on 1:50,000 scale maps.

** What if the scale is 1 100000 **

Map scale refers to the relationship (or ratio) between distance on a map and the corresponding distance on the ground. For example, on a 1:100000 scale map, 1cm on the map equals 1km on the ground.

** What is the meaning of 1 5000000 scale **

So a 1:12,000 (one to twelve thousand) is a Larger Scale map than a 1:50,000 (one to fifty thousand). Because maps are generally about the same size, a small scale map (say 1:5,000,000 one to five million) will cover a large area. Conversely a large scale map (1:24:000) will cover a smaller area.

** What if a map has a scale of 1 2500 **

If, for example, the length of a road is 1cm on a map and it measures 2500cm (or 0.025km) on the ground, the scale of the map is 1:2500. This would be called a large scale map as it can be represented as a very large fraction i.e. 1/2500.

** What does 1 to 500000 scale mean **

One cm on the map represents 500,000 cms on the ground. And so on. It may be useful to know how many miles on the ground one inch on the map represents. For this map, the R.F. is 1/500,000, so 1 inch on the map = 500,000 inches on the ground.