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```1. What are the five themes of
geography?
3. Hawaii is tropical, humid and
has warm moderate weather.
This is an example of which
theme of Geography?
2. When people build roads,
through the mountains and hill,
it is an example of what theme
of geography?
4. A Majority of Palm Springs,
Florida’s population are senior
citizens who retired. This is an
example of which theme of
Geography?
5. Nampa is about 11 miles from
Meridian. Is this absolute or
relative location?
6. If Buffalo migrate into South
America, it is an example of
which theme of Geography?
7. Name the 4 cardinal
directions.
8. Name the 4 intermediate
directions.
9. Which map part tells the
subject of the map?
10. Which map part shows the
cardinal directions?
12. What do we call a unit the
11. Which section of the map
measurement used to determine
explains the symbols for the map
absolute location on a map or
features?
globe?
13. Why are there always
distortions on a map?
14. What is the most accurate
way to show the Earth’s
continents and bodies of water?
15. What do we call the study of
the Earth?
16. What are the imaginary lines
that run East to West across
the Earth AND what do they
measure?
17. What are the imaginary lines
that run North and South
across the Earth AND what do
they measure?
18. What is it called when
distance or shapes on a map are
stretched or compressed?
19. Label the hemispheres and
know their relationship with the
Prime Meridian and Equator.
20. What imaginary line is at 0ᵒ
latitude?
21. What imaginary line is at 0ᵒ
longitude?
22. Is 12ᵒS, 125ᵒE an example of
relative or absolute location?
23. Know the latitude and
24. Write a coordinate correctly
longitude and how they relate to
the Equator and Prime
a. 34ᵒE, 50ᵒS
Meridian. Example: Which is
b. 50ᵒS,34ᵒE
farthest south?
c. 50ᵒ, 34ᵒ
a. 10ᵒS latitude
c. 65ᵒW longitude
d. 34E, 50S
b. 19ᵒS latitude
d. 15ᵒN latitude
25. You will need to know how
find a location when given a set
of coordinates, and be able to
name a set of coordinates when
given a location.
26. You will need to know where
places are in relation to one
another using cardinal
directions. (North America is
West of Europe)
27. Lines of longitude intersect
where?
Remember to study until you know it. There is no set time
when it comes to studying for a test. You stop studying
when you have mastered the information.
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