## Vertical Exaggeration

- Work out the vertical exaggeration of a cross-section if the vertical scale is 1cm represents 20 metres, and the scale of the map is

1:100,000. - Work out the vertical exaggeration of a cross-section if the vertical scale is 1cm represents 50 metres, and the scale of the map is 1: 250,000.
- Work out the vertical exaggeration of a cross-section if the vertical scale is 1cm represents 20 metres, and the scale of the map is

1:250,000. - Work out the vertical exaggeration of a cross-section if the vertical scale is 1cm represents 10 metres, and the scale of the map is

1:100,000. - Work out the vertical exaggeration of a cross-section if the vertical scale is 1cm represents 50 metres, and the scale of the map is 1:

25,000. - Work out the vertical exaggeration of a cross-section if the vertical scale is 1cm represents 20 metres, and the scale of the map is 1:75,000.
- Work out the vertical exaggeration of a cross-section if the vertical scale is 1cm represents 100 metres, and the scale of the map is 1:100,000.
- Work out the vertical exaggeration of a cross-section if the vertical scale is 1cm represents 20 metres, and the scale of the map is 1:50,000.
- Work out the vertical exaggeration of a cross-section if the vertical scale is 1cm represents 50 metres, and the scale of the map is 1: 75,000.
- Work out the vertical exaggeration of a cross-section if the vertical scale is 1cm represents 100 metres, and the scale of the map is 1: 50,000.
- Work out the vertical exaggeration of a cross-section if the vertical scale is 1cm represents 50 metres, and the scale of the map is 1:50,000.
- Work out the vertical exaggeration of a cross-section if the vertical scale is 1cm represents 10 metres, and the scale of the map is 1:75,000.
- Work out the vertical exaggeration of a cross-section if the vertical scale is 1cm represents 50 metres, and the scale of the map is 1:100,000.
- Work out the vertical exaggeration of a cross-section if the vertical scale is 1cm represents 100 metres, and the scale of the map is 1: 250,000.
- Work out the vertical exaggeration of a cross-section if the vertical scale is 1cm represents 10 metres, and the scale of the map is 1:25,000.
- Work out the vertical exaggeration of a cross-section if the vertical scale is 1cm represents 10 metres, and the scale of the map is 1:50,000.
- Work out the vertical exaggeration of a cross-section if the vertical scale is 1cm represents 20 metres, and the scale of the map is 1:25,000.
- Work out the vertical exaggeration of a cross-section if the vertical scale is 1cm represents 100 metres, and the scale of the map is 1: 25,000.
- Work out the vertical exaggeration of a cross-section if the vertical scale is 1cm represents 100 metres, and the scale of the map is 1: 75,000.
- Work out the vertical exaggeration of a cross-section if the vertical scale is 1cm represents 10 metres, and the scale of the map is 1: 250,000.