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Western Hemisphere terms
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imaginary lines on a globe run North to South and are used to measure distance East and West.
imaginary lines on a globe run East to West and are used to measure distances North to South.
The line of longitude from the South Pole to the North Pole measured in degrees. It divides Earth into Eastern and Western Hemispheres.
Is a map that shows the borders of countries, states, province and communities.
Local weather condition of an area like temperature, precipitation, humidity,sunshine, wind & other conditions.
The half of the earth west of the Prime Meridian.
The different shapes of earth's surface- mountains, hills, plateaus, plains, valleys, peninsulas, and island are examples.
The vast fertile grassy plains of southern South America.
Large areas of flat lands.
High, flat land.
A land form that is very high and steep. Usually wide at the bottom and rise to a narrow peak or ridge.
A large open area of grassland.
A dense, either tropical or temperate forest that receives lots of rain year round.
The area on earth between the 23 1/2 degrees N and 23 1/2 S lines of latitude, where the climate is always hot.
A cold, dry region covered with snow for more than half the year; vast treeless plain where the subsoil is always frozen.
Area of low land with mountains or hills on either side, often having a river or stream along the bottom.
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$$ x+0 y-7 $$ $$ 0 x+y=3 $$ (Note that solution can be found mentally, without the use of a calculator or pencil and paper calculation; try to visualize the graphs of both lines.)
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Draw a correctly labeled graph of supply and demand based on the demand and supply schedules below. | PRICE (DOLLARS) | QUANTITY DEMANDED | QUANTITY SUPPLIED | | :---: | ---: | :---: | |$\$4.00$ | $1,200$ | $0$ | | $5.00$ | $1,000$ | $200$ | | $6.00$ | $800$ | $400$ | | $7.00$ | $600$ | $600$ | | $8.00$ | $400$ | $800$ | | $9.00$ |$200$ | $1,000$ | Identify a price on your graph that would result in an excess supply.
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