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5 Matching questions

  1. 1 Degree
  2. Antarctic Circle
  3. Longitude
  4. South and North Poles
  5. Physical Maps
  1. a The distance east and west of the Prime Meridian
  2. b Show natural features
  3. c North 90 degrees North
    and South 90 degrees South
  4. d Covers about 69 miles.
  5. e 66 degrees South (33')

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 23 degrees North (26')
  2. Shows correct shapes and directions but not true distances or sizes. Makes poles bigger than they are.
  3. 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
  4. Shows 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.
  5. Shows the correct size of land masses. But the shapes are distorted

5 True/False questions

  1. Arctic Circle66 degrees North (33')

          

  2. Prime MeridianThe Line of Longitude that runs through Greenwich, England is considered 0 degrees or the prime meridian

          

  3. Time ZonesWe have Time Zones because the earth rotates

          

  4. Other NamesWe have Time Zones because the earth rotates

          

  5. Lines Of LongitudeThe distance east and west of the Prime Meridian

          

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