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Jeopardy Geography 1 2 Maps 1 Maps 2 Other Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from A What is the primary line of longitude?
$100 Answer from A The equator
$200 Question from A What is the primary line of longitude?
$200 Answer from A The Prime Meridian
$300 Question from A The area between the Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn is called what?
$300 Answer from A The tropics
$400 Question from A Longitude measures distance / of what?
$400 Answer from A East/west of the Prime Meridian
$500 Question from A Latitude measures distances / of what?
$500 Answer from A North/south of the equator.
$100 Question from B Name the 7 continents.
$100 Answer from B N. America, S. America, Asia, Africa, Australia, Antarctica, & Europe.
$200 Question from B The study of the Earth and its people.
$200 Answer from B Geography
$300 Question from B Name the 5 themes of geography.
$300 Answer from B Location, place, region, movement, human-environmental interaction
$400 Question from B Location can describe absolute and location.
$400 Answer from B relative
$500 Question from B What are the two characteristics of place?
$500 Answer from B Human & physical characteristics
$100 Question from C The earth is divided into two halves called:
$100 Answer from C hemispheres
$200 Question from C Using the world map (A4 – A5): What national capital is located around 45° N and 75° W?
$200 Answer from C Ottawa, Canada
$300 Question from C Using your world map (A4 – A5): What African island nation has the Tropic of Capricorn running through the southern section of the country?
$300 Answer from C Madagascar
$400 Question from C Using your world map (A4 – A5): What continent lies at 30° S and 135° E?
$400 Answer from C Australia
$500 Question from C Using your world map (A4 – A5), which national capital is located at 30° N and 30° E?
$500 Answer from C Cairo, Egypt
$100 Question from D Name the three types of MAPS.
$100 Answer from D Political, physical, thematic
$200 Question from D What does a political map show?
$200 Answer from D Man made features (cities, borders, etc.)
$300 Question from D What do physical maps show?
$300 Answer from D Natural features (landforms and bodies of water)
$400 Question from D What does a thematic map show?
$400 Answer from D Certain information about a place or region (weather, language spoken, crops grown, etc.
$500 Question from D Look at page 21, what type of climate does Brasilia, Brazil have?
$500 Answer from D Tropical wet and dry
$100 Question from E Name the three types of map PROJECTIONS that we studied.
$100 Answer from E Mercator, Homolosine, Robinson
$200 Question from E Name an advantage and disadvantage of using a map.
$200 Answer from E Pros: portable, shows whole world, easy to measure distance. Cons: distorted because of either distance, size, shape
$300 Question from E What does a society have to have before cities can form?
$300 Answer from E A surplus of food
$400 Question from E Cities are always by what?
$400 Answer from E Rivers
$500 Question from E Name two tools people used thousands of years ago to make farming easier.
$500 Answer from E Irrigation, hoe, slash and burn agriculture, Use sticks to plant seeds, sickles to harvest grain
Five Themes of Geography G2-G3
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