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A                shows how to measure the real distance between two places on a map.
1. map scale
2. map key
3. compass rose
4. grid
The                        are Northeast, Southeast, Northwest, and Southwest.
1. cardinal directions
2. compass rose
3. title
4. intermediate directions
Which of the following is a landform?
1. climate
2. mountain
3. weather
4. region with farms and woods
The                divides the Earth into the Western and Eastern hemispheres.
1. prime meridian
2. equator
3. longitude
4. latitude
What is the name of the imaginary line that is halfway between the North Pole and the South Pole?
1. Prime Meridian
2. the Northern Hemisphere
3. a line of longitude
4. Equator
In what direction are you traveling when going from Oklahoma to California?
1. North
2. South
3. East
4. West
On a                , you can find valleys, mountains, plains, and deserts. You can also find bodies of water, such as rivers, lakes, and oceans.
1. political map
2. physical map
3. population map
4. compass rose
The                        are North, South, East, and West.
1. intermediate directions
2. cardinal directions
3. compass rose
4. symbols
Which best describes a line of latitude?
1. a line between two contintents
2. a line that runs east to west on a map
3. the Prime Meridian
4. a line that runs north and south on a map
What is the name of a 3D map of the world?
1. Map
2. Globe
3. Sphere
4. Earth
True or False: The equator runs through the continent of Africa.
1. True
2. False
The                divides the Earth into the Northern and Southern hemispheres.
1. prime meridian
2. equator
3. longitude
4. latitude
To describe the                  , you tell exactly where a place is located on Earth.
1. relative location
2. absolute location
3. grid location
4. map location
The imaginary line that divides the globe into Northern Hemisphere and Southern Hemisphere.
1. prime meridian
2. longitude
3. grid
4. equator
A                can show country and state boundaries, or borders.
1. political map
2. physical map
3. population map
4. compass rose
Tiny model of Earth shaped like a sphere.
1. map
2. globe
3. hemisphere
4. Prime Meridian
A line on a map that shows where a state or country ends is
1. the equator.
2. a border.
3. a hemisphere.
4. an ocean.
To see the true shapes of Earth's oceans and continents, you should use
1. a map of the world because it lies flat.
2. a road map because it shows details.
3. a globe because it is a model of our planet.
4. a textbook because it has lots of information.