The river in this figure is flowing:

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Unit 3 Lab Assignment - Topographic Maps Part 1 Use this document to work out your answers, and then enter your answers in the quiz linked in the lab module. 1. The river in this figure is flowing: a. into the lake b. out of the lake c. It is impossible to tell which way it is flowing
2. What is the contour interval for the map below?
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3. Between the index contours on this map, the river gradient is:
4. Refer to the figure below. If the contour interval is 10 feet, which hill (a, b, or c) when viewed from the base will be between 30 and 40 feet tall?
5. Refer to the figure below, and assume a contour interval of 10 feet. If you were standing in the middle on the innermost contour line in hill “c”, your elevation would be: a. Between 60 and 70 feet b. Between 50 and 60 feet c. Between 40 and 50 feet d. Between 30 and 40 feet

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