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Unit 1 Geography Jeopardy Category 1Category 2Category 3Category 4Category 5 10 20 30 40 50
__________ describes the place’s exact position on the Earth.
__________ explains where a place is by describing places near it.
The __________ on a map tells you the relative distance on the map to the real world.
The __________, or legend, on a map explains what the symbols on a map represent, such as triangles representing trees.
What are the cardinal directions that Can be found on a compass rose?
The globe is divided into four of these?
An imaginary line separates the Eastern Hemisphere from the Western Hemisphere.
An imaginary line separates the Northern Hemisphere from the Southern Hemisphere.
All of the following are found on all maps EXCEPT: a. title b. map key c. scale d. boundaries
What are the five themes of geography?
These lines run vertically around the Earth measuring how far east or west an object is.
These lines that extend around the Earth horizontally and measure how far north or south an object is from the equator.
To arrive and settle permanently in a country that is not your own
To leave one's country to live in another
The shared beliefs of a certain group of people, such as language, religion, food, social habits, music and arts.
30ºN, 90ºW is an example of?
Africa is South and East of Australia is an example of?
Insert Text for Question Category 4 – 30 points X What is the absolute location of the red “x”?
Insert Text for Question Category 4 – 40 points X What is the absolute location of the red “x”?
Insert Text for Question Category 4 – 50 points What is the relative location of Europe and Australia?
__________is the position of things on the Earth.
__________includes a location’s physical and human features.
How do people adjust to and change their environment and How does the environment adjust to and change the people is an example of ___________.
__________ explains how people, goods, and ideas move from one place to another.
A __________has a unifying characteristic, like climate, land, population, or history.
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