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**Question**

5) This map shows part of a village.

Neil knows that Packer Street is 180m long in real life.

a) Neil measures the map.

He says:

Use Neil’s figures to show that the answer to his calculation is correct

a) Neil measures the map.

He says:

- Packer Street is 3.5cm long.
- High Street is 11.2cm long.
- Therefore, I calculate that High Street is 576m long in real life.

Use Neil’s figures to show that the answer to his calculation is correct

**[3 marks]**

b) Jodie measures the same map.

She says

- I think Packer Street is longer than Neil’s measurement of 3.5cm.
- Therefore, High Street must be longer than 576m in real life.

Is Jodie’s reasoning correct?

Show how you decide.

**[2 marks]**

c) On another map, Packer Street is 2.4cm long.

Express the scale of this map in the form 1 : n.

**[2 marks]**