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Exam #1: study guide 1 Everything you need to know about Exam #1 1) 60 points 2)Format: Map identification = 20 @ 1 point = 20 points Slides = 20 @ 1 point = 20 points Multiple choice = 20 @ 1 point = 20 points 3)When: to be announced in class 4)Where: in the classroom where lectures are held Make-up exam will NOT be given Topics covered so far 1) Intro to geography 2) Intro to geotechnologies 3) Understanding maps 4) Plate tectonics & landforms 5) World climate 6) Evolution of human-environmental relations (the video shown in class) Yes, some questions will be based on the video you watched in class. Make sure you know all the information you filled in on the video worksheet. Please don’t forget the video worksheet! Intro to geography: Map identification 1) Three important parallels Make sure you can recognize the Equator, Tropic of Cancer, Tropic of Capricorn on a map/image 2) Make sure you can identify the countries ( on a map ) through which the Equator, Tropic of Cancer, & Tropic of Capricorn runs. Equator runs thru 10 countries : Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil; Gabon, Congo, Dem Rep of the Congo, Uganda, Kenya, Somalia; Indonesia Tropic of Cancer runs thru 14 countries : Mexico; Western Sahara, Mauritania, Mali, Algeria, Libya, Egypt; Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Oman, India, Bangladesh, Myanmar, China Tropic of Capricorn runs thru 10 countries : Chile, Argentina, Paraguay, Brazil; Namibia, Botswana, S Africa, Mozambique, Madagascar; Australia Intro to geography (1) 1)
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