Latitude are the lines that stretch East to West.
Latitude is also known as the Meridian.
Latitude is measured:
North and South of the equator.
East and West of the equator.
The merdian is also know as .
Lines that connect the North pole to South pole are the lines.
Lines that go from East to West are called the lines.
People who make maps are called .
Cardinal lines are:
East & West
South & North
North, South, East & West
Cardinal directions are latitude and longitude.
A person who does geometry is called a .
The equator divides the and hemisphere.
A longitude line is the equator.
The equator is a line.
The point where a longitude and latitude line intersects is called: .
The point where longitude and latitude lines inter-cross is called the Gnomic
Early civilizations knew about the Earth being round and not flat by the following point(s):
Ships would disappear off the horizon.
Stars could only be seen from certain places.
During a Lunar eclipse, the earth's shadow is always round.
All of the above.
Equatorial Projection( Cylindrical Projection, Oblique Projection, Projection, Conic Projection, Equatorial Projection ) is a way to change a 3D image of the earth to a 2D map.
Conic Projection( Cylindrical Projection, Oblique Projection, Projection, Conic Projection ) is a projection that touches somewhere in-between a pole and the equator.
Conic Projection( Cylindrical Projection, Oblique Projection, Projection, Conic Projection ) is when you take a paper and wrap it around the globe & when laid out it creates a 2D image.
Which of the following is when a paper wrapped around the globe touches either the prime meridian or the equator?
Conic Projection( Cylindrical Projection, Oblique Projection, Projection, Conic Projection ) is when the paper is shaped like a cone and touches a smaller circle of the globe. It is used for smaller programs.
A shows names, boundaries, and shapes of countries, states, counties, cities, and towns; any feature established by the local government.
A focuses on man-made and natural features such as roads, coastlines, streams, lakes, highways, oceans, etc.
A displays elevation and land form information, sea levels, elevations, etc.
A is used to plot locations of a certain location or thing such as voting, cemetaries, gas stations, etc.
The G.I.S. uses computerized geographic data and allows people to use map data and make maps.
G. I. S. stands for .
G. I. S. data types include:
Lines, Polygons, Cylinders
Polygons, Lines, Points
Cylinders, Points, Polygons
Lines, Spheres, Points
G. I. S. "line" data type is used to show railroads.
G. I. S. data points: A 'point' is used to show something like a:
A specific building such as a gas station would be represented as a _________ when using G. I. S. data types?
A Chart used by sailors or aviators is also called a nautical or aviation map.
An view is a natural view of something (i.e. a hilltop) that can't measure true distance of direction; it distorts the map/image.
A is a special kind of map that shows the earth's surface as it appears from space, and the true shape of continents and oceans.
A Globe is in the shape of a .
What is the abbreviation for a device that provides accurate geographic coordinates?
Perfectly shows the earth.
Is a simplified image that is a model of part of the earth's surface.
can only help us measure distance.
A simplified image that is a model of part of the earth's surface is called a .
A map perfectly shows the earth.
A map helps us measure distance and directions.
Oblique Projection( Equatorial Projection, Polar Projection, Oblique Projection ) is a projection that touches or wraps around the equator.
A Gnomic is a complicated type of projection.
Maps of the poles are done with Genomic projection.
When a flat plane touches the earth's surface, it is called a Projection.