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Imaginary lines of latitude. They never cross each other or the equator
a) Parallels b) Equator c) Meridians d) Latitude
How many continents are there?
a) 4 b) 5 c) 6 d) 7
Imaginary lines of longitude. They intersect at the North and South Poles
a) Cardinal Directions b) Parallels c) Meridians d) Longitude
An imaginary line that runs from the North Pole to the South Pole through Greenwich, England
a) Longitude b) Hemisphere c) Latitude d) Prime Meridian
A measure of how far North or South of equator something is located
a) Latitude b) Longitude c) Meridians d) Intermediate Directions
Northeast, Northwest, Southwest and Southeast
a) Hemisphere b) Longitude c) Intermediate Directions d) Cardinal Directions
Half of a sphere
a) Meridians b) Hemisphere c) Parallels d) Prime Meridian
An imaginary line that is exactly halfway between the North and South Poles
a) Parallels b) Prime Meridian c) Hemisphere d) Equator
A measure of how far East or West of the Prime Meridian something is located
a) Cardinal Directions b) Intermediate Directions c) Longitude d) Latitude
North, South, East and West
a) Equator b) Meridians c) Cardinal Directions d) Intermediate Directions
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