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Part 1 of 1 -100.0/ 100.0 PointsQuestion 1 of 520.0/ 20.0 PointsIs the attached map large scale or small scale (assume one inch on the map equals 2000 feet onthe ground).Click Here for MapA. large scaleB. small scaleRationale:This is a large scale topographic map. Land features are enhanced and made larger to make iteasier to find terrain features and changes in elevation. These types of maps are used to guide.Answer Key: AFeedback: If we assume that the scale of the map is 1:2000 then I would consider this a largescale map. Large scale maps are represented by larger fractions and tend to show more detail ofa smaller area. Small scale maps show a larger area with less detail.
Question 2 of 520.0/ 20.0 PointsBased on the isolines what kind of terrain would you expect to find in this area?
B. hills and valleysC. mountainsD. prairies/grasslandsRationale:I decided to go with hills and valleys because of the numerous changes in elevation throughout

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Topography, Topographic map, small scale, large scale

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