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Kinds of Maps Included on a Map Provinces and Territories ScaleDirection 10 20 30 40 50

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Question 1 - 10 Map has major highways, roads, railway tracks, airports and places of interest.

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Answer 1 – 10 Road

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Question 1 - 20 Weather and precipitation conditions prevalant in a region

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Answer 1 – 20 Climate

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Question 1 - 30 Provincial and national boundaries

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Answer 1 – 30 Political

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Question 1 - 40 Features of an area, such as mountains and rivers

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Answer 1 – 40 Physical

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Question 1 - 50 Use of contour lines to highlight the shape and elevation of an area

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Answer 1 – 50 Topographic

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Question 2 - 10

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Answer 2 – 10 Compass rose

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Question 2 - 20 Gives the name or purpose of the map

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Answer 2 – 20 Title

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Question 2 - 30

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Answer 2 – 30 Legend

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Question 2 - 40

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Answer 2 – 40 Symbols

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Question 2 - 50

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Answer 2 – 50 Scale

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Question 3 - 10 Province in yellow

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Answer 3 – 10 Alberta

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Question 3 - 20 Province in yellow

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Answer 3 – 20 British Columbia

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Question 3 - 30 Province in yellow

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Answer 3 – 30 Saskatchewan

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Question 3 - 40 Territory in yellow

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Answer 3 – 40 Yukon

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Question 3 - 50 Province in yellow

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Answer 3 – 50 Ontario

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Question 4 - 10

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Answer 4 – 10 About 150 kilometres

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Question 4 - 20 The distance between Lethbridge and Calgary is about 2 centimetres. Each centimetre equals 100 kilometres. The number of kilometres between these 2 cities

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Answer 4 – 20 About 200 kilometres

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Question 4 - 30 The distance between Calgary and Red Deer is 2 centimetres. Each centimetre equals 75 kilometres. The number of kilometres between these 2 cities is

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Answer 4 – 30 About 150 kilometres

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Question 4 - 40 The distance between Drumheller and Calgary is about 1.5 centimetres. Each centimetre is 75 kilometres. The number of kilometres between these 2 cities is

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Answer 4 – 40 About 110 to 115 kilometres

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Question 4 - 50 The distance from Edmonton to Ft. McMurray is about 8.5 centimetres. Each centimetre is 50 kilometres. The number of kilometres between these 2 cities are

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Answer 4 – 50 About 425 kilometres

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Question 5 - 10 The direction to travel from Taber to Brooks

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Answer 5 – 10 N or North

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Question 5 - 20 The direction you go travelling from Medicine Hat to Pincher Creek

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Answer 5 – 20 SW or South West

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Question 5 - 30 In what direction do you go if you travel from Stettler to Hanna

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Answer 5 – 30 SE or South East

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Question 5 - 40 In what direction do you go if you travel from Alberta to the Yukon

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Answer 5 – 40 NW or North West

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Question 5 - 50 In what direction would you go if you travelled from Edmonton to Ottawa

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Answer 5 – 50 SE or South East

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