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  1. an area of land that does not border an ocean
  2. imaginary 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. meridians are not parallel to eachother. All meridians meet at the north pole and the south pole.
  4. runs through the central plains to the gulf of Mexico. It's the longest river in the U.S.
  5. a map that shows just one kind of information, such as rainfall or elevation
  6. a high, flat landform that rises steeply from the land around it

6 True/False Questions

  1. Prime meridianmeridians are not parallel to eachother. All meridians meet at the north pole and the south pole.

          

  2. Esamples of symbolsmost maps use this to show directions

          

  3. Intermediate directionsN, S, E, W

          

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

          

  5. Lines of longitudeimaginary 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

          

  6. Equatorstarting point for measuring latitude - labeled zero degrees

          

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