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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. South and North Poles
  2. Other Names
  3. Time Zones
  4. Equinox
  5. Solstice
  1. a Latitude-Parallels
    Longitude-Meridians
  2. b We have Time Zones because the earth rotates
  3. c North 90 degrees North
    and South 90 degrees South
  4. d December(About 21st)- South pole is closest to the sun.
    Lack of sunlight brings winter to the northern hemisphere
    June(About the 21st)-North pole is tilted closest to the sun. Brings summer to the northern hemisphere
  5. e March (About the 21st)-Sun is directly overhead at noon on the equator. Axis is tilted neither away or toward the sun
    September(About the 23rd)-Sun is again directly overhead at noon on the equator

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. line of latitude at 0 degrees latitude
  2. Covers about 69 miles.
  3. 66 degrees South (33')
  4. Latitude is wrote before Longitude.
  5. the average weather of a place over many years

5 True/False questions

  1. Arctic Circle66 degrees North (33')

          

  2. The Mercator ProjectionShows nearly the correct size and shape of most land areas. But even it has distortion especially in the areas around the edges of the map.

          

  3. LatitudeThe distance north and south of the Equator

          

  4. LinesLongitude-Not Parallel
    Latitude-Parallel

          

  5. The Robinson ProjectionShows nearly the correct size and shape of most land areas. But even it has distortion especially in the areas around the edges of the map.

          

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