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Fall NRM338 2008 Projected Coordinate Systems Page#1 of 4 Projected Coordinate Systems Due 1pm Thursday 25-Sept-2008 Read the following book about projected coordinate systems from ArcGIS Help, or the website: http://webhelp.esri.com/arcgisdesktop/9.3/ 1) How are projected coordinate systems different than geographic coordinate systems? ____the units are planar instead of spherical ____ lengths and angles are...

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Fall NRM338 2008 Projected Coordinate Systems Page#1 of 4 Projected Coordinate Systems Due 1pm Thursday 25-Sept-2008 Read the following book about projected coordinate systems from ArcGIS Help, or the website: http://webhelp.esri.com/arcgisdesktop/9.3/ 1) How are projected coordinate systems different than geographic coordinate systems? ____the units are planar instead of spherical ____ lengths and angles are constant ____ the system is based on a spheroid and datum ____ all of the above ____none of the above 2) True or false: All projected coordinate systems are based on a geographic coordinate system with a specific spheroid, prime meridian, and datum. NRM338 Fall 2008 Projected Coordinate Systems Page#2 of 4 3) Where would the map scale be the largest (A, B, and/or C) in the following drawing: 4) Every flat map misrepresents the Earth's surface no because flat map can perfectly represent shape, area, distance and ________________? NRM338 Fall 2008 Projected Coordinate Systems Page#3 of 4 5) Which of the following maps of Alaska unprojected? 6) What type of projection would maintain correct scale throughout the entire map? Equidistant projection Equal area projection True direction projection Conformal projection All of the above None of the above NRM338 Fall 2008 Projected Coordinate Systems Page#4 of 4 7) Label the following figures as azim...

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