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the directions on a compass rose, such as southeast, that are located between the cardinal directions
a) Intermediate directions
b) absolute location
c) absolute directions
d) relative location

one half of a sphere. Earth can be divided into eastern and western hemispheres or into northern and southern hemispheres.
a) intermediate directions
b) directions
c) hemisphere
d) map legend

a diagram on a map that shows directions such as north, south, east, and west
a) Compass Rose
b) Cardinal Directions
c) Map Scale
d) Map Key

a set of numbers that together describe the exact location of something, such as a place on a map
a) Map Scale
b) coordinates
c) Directions
d) Compass rose

the line of latitude that circles Earth exactly midway between the North and South Poles
a) landmass
b) map key
c) Intermediate directions
d) equator

the four main directions on a compass rose: north, south, east, and west
a) Map Key
b) Region
c) Contiguous
d) cardinal directions

the line of latitude at 66°33’N that marks the boundary of the northern polar zone
a) Axis
b) Arctic Circle
c) Polar Zone
d) Map Scale

an imaginary line that runs from the North Pole to the South Pole through the center of Earth
a) Location
b) Directions
c) axis
d) Landmass

Which is not a way that regions can be determined?
a) The color it is on the map.
b) The position of one place compared to other places.
c) Next to each other.
d) Climate

the precise point where a place is located on Earth
a) Antarctic Circle
b) Scale
c) Equator
d) absolute location

the line of latitude at 66°33’S that marks the boundary of the southern polar zone
a) Antarctic Circle
b) Cardinal Directions
c) Coordinates
d) Contiguous

Which is not a way that regions can be determined?
a) Next to each other.
b) An Area in which many features are similar.
c) The position of one place compared to other places.
d) How people feel.

Which is not a way that regions can be determined?
a) Landforms
b) Relative Location
c) Size
d) Population

Climate
a) Next to each other.
b) The kind of weather a place has over a long period of time.
c) An Area in which many features are similar.
d) The position of one place compared to other places.

Landform Region
a) A region that has similar landforms throughout.
b) Next to each other.
c) The position of one place compared to other places.
d) An Area in which many features are similar.

Population
a) The position of one place compared to other places.
b) Next to each other.
c) An Area in which many features are similar.
d) The number of people who live in an area.

Continent
a) Next to each other.
b) One of Earth's 7 largest land masses.
c) The position of one place compared to other places.
d) An Area in which many features are similar.

Relative Location
a) Next to each other.
b) An Area in which many features are similar.
c) One of Earth's 7 largest land masses.
d) The position of one place compared to other places.

Region
a) Next to each other.
b) The position of one place compared to other places.
c) An Area in which many features are similar.
d) One of Earth's 7 largest land masses.

Contiguous
a) Next to each other.
b) One of Earth's 7 largest land masses.
c) An Area in which many features are similar.
d) The position of one place compared to other places.

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