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Sixth Grade (Grade 6) Map Components Questions

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Grade 6 :: Map Components by Tracy51
Maps can represent the following:
  1. the world
  2. countries
  3. cities
  4. bodies of water
  5. all of the above
Grade 6 :: Map Components by GBernstein2
Physical maps show the                               .
  1. climate of an area.
  2. natural resources of an area.
  3. size and shape of an area.
  4. mountains and rivers of an area
Grade 6 :: Map Components by mountain7
The disadvantage of a globe is that:
  1. It is not practical enough
  2. It does not show enough detail
  3. It is too big to fit into a pocket
  4. All of the above.
Grade 6 :: Map Components by mountain7
A globe is more accurate than a map because a globe can show
  1. the true shapes of continents and oceans.
  2. city streets.
  3. a distorted view of the Earth.
  4. a particular region in lots of detail.
Grade 6 :: Map Components by mountain7
Geographers are able to pinpoint the location of a place from east to west by using
  1. latitude lines.
  2. the Equator.
  3. longitude lines.
  4. parallel lines.
Grade 6 :: Map Components by mountain7
The advantages of a flat map include
  1. its attention to detail like roads and smaller towns.
  2. the fact that there will be some distortion.
  3. it is very difficult to lose.
  4. all of the above.
Grade 6 :: Map Components by SGC315
These directions fall between the cardinal directions and include northeast, northwest, southeast and southwest
  1. absolute location
  2. intermediate directions
  3. cardinal directions
  4. relative location
Grade 6 :: Map Components by SGC315
These directions include north, south, east and west.
  1. location
  2. intermediate directions
  3. cardinal directions
  4. relative location
Grade 6 :: Map Components by RoseKnowles
Grade 6 :: Map Components by RoseKnowles
Which imaginary line is midway between the North and South Poles?
  1. Tropic of Cancer
  2. Equator
  3. Arctic Circle
  4. Tropic of Capricorn
Grade 6 :: Map Components by RoseKnowles
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