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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Longitude
  2. Lines Of Longitude
  3. The International Date Line
  4. Tropic Of Capricorn
  5. Prime Meridian
  1. a Measure less closer to the poles
  2. b Measures 180 degrees.
  3. c 23 degrees South (26')
  4. d The distance east and west of the Prime Meridian
  5. e The Line of Longitude that runs through Greenwich, England is considered 0 degrees or the prime meridian

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 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
  2. the condition of the air and sky at a certain time
  3. Show political units: Countries, States, may show capitals or centers of Government and Major Cities
  4. ways to map earth on a flat surface
  5. 66 degrees North (33')

5 True/False questions

  1. LatitudeThe distance north and south of the Equator

          

  2. Physical MapsShow political units: Countries, States, may show capitals or centers of Government and Major Cities

          

  3. The Equal Area ProjectionShows correct shapes and directions but not true distances or sizes. Makes poles bigger than they are.

          

  4. Other NamesWe have Time Zones because the earth rotates

          

  5. WritingLatitude is wrote before Longitude.

          

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