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 The sun rises in the a) east b) west c) north d) south Longitude lines are based upon observations of a) the Sun b) Polaris c) Mars d) Venus The best model of the earth is a) a perfect circle b) a perfect square c) an Oblate Triangle d) a perfect triangle The true shape of the earth is a) an Oblate Spheroid b) a perfect circle c) an Oblate Triangle d) a perfect triangle longitude lines run a) north to south b) east to west c) d) The basis for the time difference between adjoining time zones is Earth's a) 15 degrees per hour rate of rotation b) 1 degrees per hour rate of revolution c) 1 degrees per hour rate of rotation d) 15 degrees per hour rate of revolution latitude lines run a) north to south b) east to west c) d) At which location could an observer not see Polaris in the night sky at any time a) 15 degrees N b) 45 degrees N c) 90 degrees N d) 15 degrees S Approximately how many degrees per day does Earth revolve in its orbit around the Sun? a) 1 degrees b) 13 degrees c) 15 degrees d) 25.5 degrees The moon appears to have phases because of a) its revolution around the earth b) its rotation around the earth c) the earths rotation around it d) the earths revolution around it
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