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Grade 6 Themes of Geography

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How do you calculate population density?
  1. Add the number of people to its land area.
  2. Divide the number of people by its land area.
  3. Multiply the number of people per square mile by its land area.
  4. Divide the number of people by the number of its dwellings.
Grade 6 North American Geography
Which countries are involved in NAFTA?
  1. United States, Canada, and Mexico
  2. United States, Canada, and New Mexico
  3. Hawaii, Canada, and Mexico
  4. United States, Australia, and Mexico
Grade 6 Culture
Which of the following is an element of culture?
  1. landforms
  2. latitude
  3. geography
  4. sports
Grade 6 Culture
Which of the following is not an element of culture?
  1. food
  2. language
  3. geography
  4. religion
Grade 6 Map Components
This type of map uses contour lines to show elevation. What is it called?
  1. road map
  2. physical map
  3. topographic map
  4. climate map
Grade 6 Culture
What does monotheistic mean?
  1. belief in one god
  2. belief in no gods
  3. belief in the god "Mono"
  4. belief in many gods
Grade 6 Middle Eastern Geography
What is the name of world's largest contiguous sand desert?
  1. Euphrates
  2. Elburz
  3. Dead Sea
  4. Rub' al-Khali
Grade 6 Asian Geography
What is the capital of China?
  1. Taiwan
  2. Tibet
  3. Tianjin
  4. Beijing
Grade 6 Map Components
Grade 6 Themes of Geography
Relative location is
  1. the hemisphere in which a place is located.
  2. the description of a place using the relation of one place to another.
  3. the coordinates at which a place is located.
  4. the mailing address of a location.
Grade 6 Map Components
What is the main line of latitude?
  1. Prime Meridian
  2. Tropic of capicorn
  3. Equator
  4. Tropic of Cancer
Grade 6 Geography
The equator divides the globe into halves called
  1. continents
  2. hemispheres
  3. islands
  4. parts
Grade 6 North American Geography
The longest river in North America
  1. Amazon River
  2. Hudson River
  3. Mississippi River
  4. Missouri River
Grade 6 Themes of Geography
To what does human-environment interaction refer?
  1. to the physical and human characteristics of a place
  2. to the way people, goods, and ideas move from one location to another
  3. to the way people use and change their surrounding offer
  4. to the climate of an area
Grade 6 Themes of Geography
Grade 6 Themes of Geography
Grade 6 Bodies of Water and Continents
Which continent is not located in the Northern Hemisphere?
  1. Antarctica
  2. North America
  3. Asia
  4. Europe
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