# What is the scale of 1 25?

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## What is the scale of 1 25?

Model scales

Ratio | Millimetres per foot |
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1:25 | 12.19 mm |

1:24 | 12.70 mm |

1:22.5 | 13.55 mm |

1:21 |

**What is full scale?**

A signal is at full-scale if it reaches from −32,767 to +32,767. (This means that −32,768, the lowest possible value, slightly exceeds full-scale.) In a floating-point representation, a full-scale signal is typically defined to reach from −1.0 to +1.0.

**What is a full scale IQ?**

Definition. The Full Scale IQ is a score derived from administration of selected subtests from the Wechsler Intelligence Scales designed to provide a measure of an individual’s overall level of general cognitive and intellectual functioning.

### What is another name for full size scale?

“The full-scale test control and data acquisition system is one of the most advanced available anywhere in the world.”…What is another word for full-scale?

full-blown | total |
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sweeping | airtight |

all | integrated |

whole enchilada | whole nine yards |

whole-hog | whole-length |

**What is full scale range?**

“Full scale” indicates the full scope of the measurement range. For example, full scale for a Sensor with a measurement range of ±10 mm is 20 mm. Linearity. Error with respect to ideal straight line of linear output.

**What is full scale accuracy?**

Accuracy of reading means the percentage of variation will remain a constant percentage over the full range of flow. Accuracy of full scale means the percentage of variation is fully dependent on the maximum flow rate of the device and the variation will be a constant flow rate (ie: gpm) as opposed to a percentage.

#### Which ratio is full scale?

The scale of drawings is described as a ratio using the notation: A distance at full size : The distance at the scale used that would be the same length. For example: A full size drawing would be 1:1 (or sometimes 1/1 or ‘one to one’).

**What is full scale output?**

Full Scale Output (FSO) can have two meanings. The first meaning is that it is the resulting output signal or displayed reading produced when the maximum measurement for a given device is applied. The second meaning applies to the difference between the minimum and maximum output value.

**What is full scale in engineering drawing?**

A full-size drawing is done at a scale of 1:1 or 1/1 or 1 divided by 1 or actual size. Using a Reduction Scale, a drawing done to scale 1:2 or ½ or 1 divided by 2 is said to be “half scale.” Enlargement scales are generally used on items where the measurements are too small to be see or drawn accurately.