Earth Science Review 2.2: Question Preview (ID: 10839)


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A map
a) can only show part of the Earth b) is sperical c) correctly shows relative size, shape and position of things d) is drawn to scale
The scale on a map is 1:25. The map distance is 2 cm. What is the actual distance?
a) 50 cm b) 12.5 cm c) 27 cm d) 23 cm
Imaginary line halfway between the North and South poles is
a) the equator b) the prime meridian c) a line of longitude d) none of the choices
Lines of longitude
a) are measured in degrees East of the prime meridian b) are measured in degrees West of the prime meridian c) run from pole to pole d) all the choices
20 degrees North is
a) a line of latitude b) a line of longitude c) the equator d) the prime
Which map projection has more distortion as you move towards the poles
a) mercator b) conic c) equal area d) none of the choices
Which map projection has no distortion
a) mercator b) conic c) equal area d) none of the choices
Which map projection has distortion near the edges
a) mercator b) conic c) equal area d) none of the choices
You start at 50 degrees South, 30 degrees East. You travel North 24 degrees. You are now at
a) 26 degrees South, 30 degrees East b) 50 degrees South, 6 degrees East c) 74 degrees South, 30 degrees East d) 50 degrees South, 54 degrees East
180 West is
a) a line of latitude b) a line of longitude c) the equator d) the prime meridian
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