What's the biggest thing in the world?
Scale and Size:
Size on Earth is determined by the ability to hold up under gravity: too large an object would be broken apart by Earth's downward pull. By contrast, the smallest objects on Earth, like dust motes, are attracted to anything with gravity.
Answer and Explanation:
There are several ways to think of the biggest things in the world. The biggest animal is the blue whale, which weighs a quarter of a million pounds....
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fromChapter 13 / Lesson 10
How do shapes change sizes yet retain their proportions and similarities to other shapes? In this lesson, we'll look at what a scale factor is and how to apply it. We'll consider scale factors with regards to three different aspects of similar shapes: perimeter, area and volume.