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if the maps scale represents 1mm = 15000 m then  for the distance of 48 mm on the map it will be

48 x 15000 = 720000 m or 720 km actual distance.
answered Dec 7, 2017 by tadinn Level 5 User (13,080 points)
idk ask someone else
answered Jan 21 by anonymous
Dear, if we dont have the maps scale it is not possible to estmate the actual distance

between two places on the ground. The maps scale is the ratio of map distance to actual distance and we use it to estimate actual distances from map distances.

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