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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. site
  2. resolution
  3. near things are more related than distant things."
  4. topological space
  5. isolines
  1. a tobler's first law of geography states that "Everything is related to everything else, but
  2. b the size of a map's smallest discerable unit is its
  3. c even though some cities are far apart in terms of absolute distance, they are actually quite connected economically and socially. this is representative of (blank)
  4. d topographic maps must use these symbols
  5. e seattle is located on Pudget Sound in NW Washington, w/ a moist, marine climate, a large university, and a famous downtown market; ship and aircraft are some primary activites; this is seattle's (blank)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the ration between distance on a map and distance on the earth's surface is called the (blank)
  2. according to most preference maps of the U.S., the state that would be least preferred by the overall U.S. population
  3. map projections attempt to correct for errors in (blank)
  4. NOT a good example of a barrier to spatial diffusion
  5. what would NOT be included a cognitive map

5 True/False questions

  1. two cities, one with a large pop. and the other with a medium pop., that are very close in distance, like Seattle and Tacoma, WApreference maps of the U.S. tend to show that (blank)


  2. places seem to be getting closer togethera true statement regarding time-space convergence


  3. hierarchical diffusionrap music spread to cities with vibrant African-American populations; this is an example of (blank)


  4. fuller's dymaxionmap projection that preserves the correct shape of the earth's landmasses


  5. they accurately reflect mapped hazardsfalse regarding cognitive maps


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