by "Arachnophilia"

NOTES:

- Inputs: A=1 B=Scale (8
^{th}16^{th}24th^{th}etc), C=x and D=full size; 1:1 scale. if you are using a fraction of the original size then A=top number and B=bottm number, like 2/3, 3/5, 2/5. If the answrs has a decimal like n.nnnnnn, it's up to you to round off where you think best fits. 5 or greater rounds up to the next number; 3.4364nnnn rounds to 3.436, 3.4365nnnn rounds to 3.437, etc. - MODEL RAILROAD SCALES & VALUES: O=1/48, OO=1/76 (UK), HO=1/87
- most collectible dinosaurs are 1/40 semi-scale (the tiny ones; and there were tiny dinosaurs, are usually quite larger than scale for useability purposes)
- Keep units consistent inches to inches, cm to cm, feet to feet, meters to meters, yards to yards, etc. If necessary, use our
- UNITS ABBRREVIATIONS: mm=milimetres, cm=centimetres, m=metres, km=kilometres, in=inches, ft=feet, yd=yards, mi=miles