Geography

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Olivia14
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Geography
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2010-06-23 16:09:25
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  1. The basic features of a map consists
    A)both B and C
    B)scale
    C)all
    D)title
    E) border
    C) all
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  2. a large scale map could have a scale of
    A) 1:50 000
    B)1:500000
    C) 1:25000000
    D)1:16000000
    E)1:250000000
    A) 1:50 000
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. Maps designed to show information on one particular topic are called
    A) thematic maps
    B) atlas maps
    C)general pupose maps
    D) wall maps
    E) topographic maps
    A) thematic maps
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  4. an easting runs
    A) from the top left side to the right side of a map
    B) from the top left to the bottom right of a map
    C) from the right to left side
    D) from the top right to the bottom left of a map
    E)from the top to the bottom of a map
    E) from the top to the bottom of a map
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  5. What is the compass point that is halfway between S and NW
    A) NNW
    B)W
    C) WSW
    D) ESE
    E) WNW
    C) WSW
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  6. In which hemisphere is Ottawa located?
    A) NE hemispher
    B) SE hemisphere
    C) SW hemisphere
    D) none
    E) NW hemisphere
    B) SE hemisphere
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  7. the rf scale of 1 cm to 8.6km
    A) 1:860 000
    B) 1:8600
    C) 1: 86
    D) 1:43 000 000
    E) 1: 86 000 000
    A) 1: 860 000
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  8. The features on general purpose maps are
    A. parks and towns
    B. all
    C. railway lines and highways
    D. roads and water bodies
    E. cities and elevations
    B. all
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  9. Explain what the coordinate 20s and 30E is
    • 20 degrees south of the equator
    • 30 dgrees east of prime meridian
  10. people of mixed aboriginal and european decent are?
    Metis
  11. a ___________ air mass is is most responsible for outbreaks of really mild weather (above 5C) in Ontario
    Maritime tropic
  12. What is used to compare the distance between points on a map with the actual distance on Earth's surface
    a scale
  13. a ____ scale is like a special kind of ruler that is divided into units of distnace
    line
  14. What are the 3 ways scale is represented?
    • Direct statement scael; words used
    • Line scale: lines divided into units of distance that represent actual units on map
    • Representive Fraction scale: Scale on map given as a ration of distance on map to distance on ground

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