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6 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. N, S, E, W
  2. divides the the workd into eastern and western hemispheres. The longitude of the prime meridian is 0 degrees and 180 degrees W or 180 degrees E
  3. a bowl shaped landform that is lower than the surrounding land
  4. a map that shows just one kind of information, such as rainfall or elevation
  5. imaginary lines around the globe that run between the North and South Poles, also called meridians
  6. meridians are not parallel to eachother. All meridians meet at the north pole and the south pole.

6 True/False Questions

  1. plateaua high, flat landform that rises steeply from the land around it

          

  2. Esamples of symbolsimaginary lines around the globe that run east and west; also called parallels. Tells us how far north or south the equator a place is. It divides earth into two halves - northern hemishpere and southern hemisphere

          

  3. Mississippi Riverruns through the central plains to the gulf of Mexico. It's the longest river in the U.S.

          

  4. Equatora high, flat landform that rises steeply from the land around it

          

  5. Compass rosean explanation of what the symbols on a map stand for

          

  6. Lines of latitudeimaginary lines around the globe that run between the North and South Poles, also called meridians

          

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