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• #### Cyberchase: Determining the Scale

The CyberSquad's only way out of a giant room is the keyhole. In order to reach the keyhole, they need to determine the length of the rope that will bring them to it. They learn that objects in this world are ten times bigger than objects in their own world, and they use that knowledge to estimate how far away the keyhole is.

• #### Cyberchase: Different Scales

Jackiet, Matt, and Inez analyze their graph and Hacker's graph to find out how both graphs are technically correct despite looking very different. After some analysis, they find out that the scales on the two graphs are different. They suggest that their graph is scaled correctly and that Hacker's is not.

• #### Twister: The Fujita Scale

The group explains the Fujita Scale to Melissa. They mention that the Scale is a classification for tornadoes based on the amount of damage they cause, and they give an example of the damage that would be caused by an F4 tornado.

• #### Powers of Ten: Field of View and Scale

Scale is illustrated as the viewer is given a center of focus (the individuals who are picnicking) and slowly the field of view expands incremementally by the power of ten. Eventually, the field of view takes the viewer out of Planet Earth and extends to include other planets of the solar system.

• #### Square One Television: Building a Building to Scale

After drawing out the plans, an architect seems to misunderstand the proportions of the building he must build. He mistakenly presents the customer with a scale model, instead of the actual building.