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a mathematical formula used to represent the curved surface of the Earth on the flat surface of a map
a map of the Earth in which the Earth's surface appears cut along arbitrary lines, each section project separately
the part of the Earth east of the Atlantic ocean including Europe, Asia, Australia, and Africa; 20ºW and 160ºE often considered its boundaries
the half of the Earth compromising North and South America and surrounding waters; longitudes 20ºW ans 160ºE often considered its boundaries
lists and explains the symbols, colors, and lines used on the map; the key is also known as the legend
north, south, east, and west; usually indicated with arrows or the points of a star
a consistent, proportional relationship between the measurements shown on the map and the measurements of Earth's surface
shows the boundaries and locations of political units such as countries, states, counties, cities, and towns
a community of plants and animals that depend upon one another, and their surroundings for survival
the study of the interrelationship between people and their physical environment
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