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Final Exam Review Part A

Quiz by Peter Duesterbeck

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  • Q1
    Which is an example of a geographic pattern?
    an ocean located near the North Pole
    a river that flows between two mountains
    Several islands off the coast of a continent
    several cities located near bodies of water
  • Q2
    What is an example of human-environment interaction?
    a dam used to store water
    the spread of disease
    a chart of high temperature
    the erosion caused by waves
  • Q3
    What do geographers use the Global Positioning System to determine?
    relative location
    population density
    land use
    absolute location
  • Q4
    What divides the Western Hemisphere from the Eastern Hemisphere?
    the equator
    the Tropic of Cancer
    the Tropic of Capricorn
    the prime meridian
  • Q5
    Which phrase describes an absolute location?
    45 degrees North, 9 degrees East
    south of the equator by 10 degrees
    northwest Canada
    next to Brazil
  • Q6
    How do cartographers show elevation?
    compass rose
    locator globe
  • Q7
    What does the Mercator map projection show accurately, making it useful for navigators?
    ocean shape
    continent shape
  • Q8
    What kind of thematic map could be used to show the population in and around a city?
    political map
    physical map
    dot density map
    point symbol map
  • Q9
    What theme of geography explains the spread of religions around the world?
  • Q10
    What is a region?
    a group of places with common characteristics
    a location that has specific characteristics
    a description of longitude and latitude
    a pattern of human movement
  • Q11
    What is the purpose of a map legend?
    lists the names of places on a map
    explains the meaning of symbols and colors on a map
    show the unit of distance used on a map
    point out the specific area of the world shown on a map
  • Q12
    What map element shows the directions north, south, east, and west?
    locator globe
    compass rose
  • Q13
    What type of map element shows details in a city, such as schools and parks?
    proportional symbol map
    large-scale map
    dot density map
    small-scale map
  • Q14
    What does a political map show?
    the location of energy sources
    natural features on Earth's surface
    human-created features on Earth's surface
    the population density of a given area
  • Q15
    What is one way that latitude lines and longitude lines are different?
    Latitude lines start at the North Pole; longitude lines start at the South Pole.
    Latitude lines never touch each other; longitude lines meet.
    Latitude lines are measured in degrees; longitude lines are not.
    Latitude lines run north-south; longitude lines run east-west.

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