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Scientific reports

  1. Aug 23, 2007 #1
    I am writing a science based report on cantilevers. My question is that,

    when I draw designs, does it have to be proportional/scaled if its just in the report as a presentation or does it not matter? I was thinking that becasue my structures are small, 43 cm by 15 cm, I could scale it to fit a 8" by 5" paper. But then when I tried placing the images on my report, it was difficult to decipher what the image was.. So is it important if the drawings are scaled for presentation?

    thank you
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  3. Aug 25, 2007 #2
    Hi there,

    My suggestion would be to have the measurements and the scales correctly printed, even though it is just a presentation in the report. By the way, you have nothing to loose if they are not graded, but what is those small miniture things matters to the examiner ? Anyway, did you check with your prof/lect/tutor ? By the way, try printing your image in a landscape view instead of potrait , have you tried it before ?
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