7 Written questions
6 Multiple choice questions
- a high, flat landform that rises steeply from the land around it
- meridians are not parallel to eachother. All meridians meet at the north pole and the south pole.
- most maps use this to show directions
- starting point for measuring latitude - labeled zero degrees
- an explanation of what the symbols on a map stand for
- 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
6 True/False questions
Esamples of symbols → color, pictures, shapes
Global grid → the grid formed by criss crossing line of latitude and longitude on a map
Basin → an area of land that does not border an ocean
Scale → a diagram that explains distances on a map
Coastal Plain → the grid formed by criss crossing line of latitude and longitude on a map
Mississippi River → runs through the central plains to the gulf of Mexico. It's the longest river in the U.S.