# 10th grade Science Map Vocabulary

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## Resource summary

### Question 1

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Latitude are the lines that stretch East to West.
• True
• False

### Question 2

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Latitude is also known as the Meridian.
• True
• False

### Question 3

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Latitude is measured:
• North and South of the equator.
• East and West of the equator.

### Question 4

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The merdian is also know as [blank_start]longitude[blank_end].
• longitude
• latitude

### Question 5

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Lines that connect the North pole to South pole are the [blank_start]longitude[blank_end] lines.
• longitude

### Question 6

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Lines that go from East to West are called the [blank_start]latitude[blank_end] lines.
• latitude

### Question 7

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People who make maps are called [blank_start]cartographers[blank_end].
• cartographers

### Question 8

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Cardinal lines are:
• East & West
• South & North
• North, South, East & West

### Question 9

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Cardinal directions are latitude and longitude.
• True
• False

### Question 10

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A person who does geometry is called a [blank_start]geometer[blank_end].
• geometer

### Question 11

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The equator divides the [blank_start]northern[blank_end] and [blank_start]southern[blank_end] hemisphere.
• northern
• southern

### Question 12

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A longitude line is the equator.
• True
• False

### Question 13

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The equator is a [blank_start]latitude[blank_end] line.
• latitude

### Question 14

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The point where a longitude and latitude line intersects is called: [blank_start]geographic[blank_end] [blank_start]coordinates[blank_end].
• geographic
• coordinates

### Question 15

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The point where longitude and latitude lines inter-cross is called the Gnomic
• True
• False

### Question 16

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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.

### Question 17

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[blank_start]Projection[blank_end] is a way to change a 3D image of the earth to a 2D map.
• Cylindrical Projection
• Oblique Projection
• Projection
• Conic Projection
• Equatorial Projection

### Question 18

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[blank_start]Oblique Projection[blank_end] is a projection that touches somewhere in-between a pole and the equator.
• Cylindrical Projection
• Oblique Projection
• Projection
• Conic Projection

### Question 19

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[blank_start]Cylindrical Projection[blank_end] is when you take a paper and wrap it around the globe & when laid out it creates a 2D image.
• Cylindrical Projection
• Oblique Projection
• Projection
• Conic Projection

### Question 20

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Which of the following is when a paper wrapped around the globe touches either the prime meridian or the equator?
• Cylindrical Projection
• Oblique Projection
• Projection
• Conic Projection

### Question 21

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[blank_start]Conic Projection[blank_end] is when the paper is shaped like a cone and touches a smaller circle of the globe. It is used for smaller programs.
• Cylindrical Projection
• Oblique Projection
• Projection
• Conic Projection

### Question 22

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A [blank_start]Political map[blank_end] shows names, boundaries, and shapes of countries, states, counties, cities, and towns; any feature established by the local government.
• Geographic map
• Political map
• Topographic map

### Question 23

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A [blank_start]Geographic Map[blank_end] focuses on man-made and natural features such as roads, coastlines, streams, lakes, highways, oceans, etc.
• Geographic Map
• Topographic Map
• Thematic Map

### Question 24

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A [blank_start]Topographic map[blank_end] displays elevation and land form information, sea levels, elevations, etc.
• Geographic map
• Thematic map
• Topographic map

### Question 25

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A [blank_start]Thematic map[blank_end] is used to plot locations of a certain location or thing such as voting, cemetaries, gas stations, etc.
• Thematic map
• Political map
• Geometric map

### Question 26

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The G.I.S. uses computerized geographic data and allows people to use map data and make maps.
• True
• False

### Question 27

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G. I. S. stands for [blank_start]Geographic Information System[blank_end].
• Geographic Information Service
• Geometric Information Service
• Geographic Information System
• Geometric Information System

### Question 28

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G. I. S. data types include:
• Lines, Polygons, Cylinders
• Polygons, Lines, Points
• Cylinders, Points, Polygons
• Lines, Spheres, Points

### Question 29

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G. I. S. "line" data type is used to show railroads.
• True
• False

### Question 30

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G. I. S. data points: A 'point' is used to show something like a:
• building
• stop
• lake

### Question 31

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A specific building such as a gas station would be represented as a _________ when using G. I. S. data types?
• Polygon
• Point
• Line

### Question 32

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A Chart used by sailors or aviators is also called a nautical or aviation map.
• True
• False

### Question 33

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An [blank_start]oblique[blank_end] view is a natural view of something (i.e. a hilltop) that can't measure true distance of direction; it distorts the map/image.
• oblique

### Question 34

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A [blank_start]globe[blank_end] 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.
• globe

### Question 35

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A Globe is in the shape of a [blank_start]sphere[blank_end].
• sphere

### Question 36

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What is the abbreviation for a device that provides accurate geographic coordinates?
• GPS
• PGS
• GSP

### Question 37

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A Map:
• 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.

### Question 38

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A simplified image that is a model of part of the earth's surface is called a [blank_start]Map[blank_end].
• Map
• Globe
• Projection

### Question 39

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A map perfectly shows the earth.
• True
• False

### Question 40

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A map helps us measure distance and directions.
• True
• False

### Question 41

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[blank_start]Equatorial Projection[blank_end] is a projection that touches or wraps around the equator.
• Equatorial Projection
• Polar Projection
• Oblique Projection

### Question 42

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A Gnomic is a complicated type of projection.
• True
• False

### Question 43

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Maps of the poles are done with Genomic projection.
• True
• False

### Question 44

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When a flat plane touches the earth's surface, it is called a [blank_start]Genomic[blank_end] Projection.
• Genomic

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