DG 1 1.What imaginary line separates the Northern and Southern hemispheres? 2. What is the “grid system”? 3. What are the cardinal directions? 4. What.

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DG 1 1.What imaginary line separates the Northern and Southern hemispheres? 2. What is the “grid system”? 3. What are the cardinal directions? 4. What is the capital of the United States?

Answers 1.What imaginary line separates the Northern and Southern hemispheres? The Equator. 2. What is the “grid system”? Latitude and longitude together form the grid system. 3. What are the cardinal directions? North, South, East, West. 4. What is the capital of the United States? Washington D. C. Free Template from

Draw a compass rose. Label cardinal and intermediate directions.
DG 2 Draw a compass rose. Label cardinal and intermediate directions.

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DG 3 1. Explain the difference between absolute and relative location.
2. Lines of _______ measure distances north and ______ of the ____________. 3. Lines of _________ measure distances east and ________ of the __________ _______________. 4.Location is one of the 5 Themes of _______. Free Template from

DG 3 1. Explain the difference between absolute and relative location.
Absolute is exact (Lat. &Long.) 2. Lines of latitude measure distances north and south of the equator. 3. Lines of longitude measure distances east and west of the prime meridian. 4.Location is one of the 5 Themes of Geography. Free Template from

DG 4 1. List the 4 main parts of a map.
2. What is another name for latitude? 3. What is another name for longitude? 4. Name the two Tropics on the globe. Free Template from

1. List the 4 main parts of a map. Title,compass rose,scale,legend
2. What is another name for latitude? parallel 3. What is another name for longitude? meridian 4. Name the two Tropics on the globe. Tropic of Cancer and Tropic of Capricorn Free Template from

DG 5 Who is MR. HELP? Explain

DG 5 Who is MR. HELP? Explain M – Movement R – Region H –Human
E – Enviroment Interaction L –Location P - Place

DG 6 1. Geography is ___________.
2. Why do geographers use the 5 Themes of Geography? 3. A drawing of all or part of the earth on a flat surface is a ___________. 4. Latitude and longitude are measured in ________________. 5. Distortion is when items on a map are ________________________________. Free Template from

DG 6 1. Geography is the study of the Earth and the people who live on it. 2. Why do geographers use the 5 Themes of Geography? To organize information. 3. A drawing of all or part of the earth on a flat surface is a map. 4. Latitude and longitude are measured in degrees. 5. Distortion is when items on a map are not accurately shown. Free Template from

DG 7 1. A _________ map shows the cities, countries and capitals.
2. A _________ map shows the features or landforms of a place. 3. The Prime Meridian runs through _________________. 4. True or False. A globe most accurately shows the relative location of continents? Free Template from

DG 7 1. A political map shows the cities, countries and capitals.
2. A physical map shows the features or landforms of a place. 3. The Prime Meridian runs through Greenwich, England. 4. True - A globe most accurately shows the relative location of continents? Free Template from

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