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Map and Compass Worksheet – Spring 2020 NAME John Yingling All questions are worth 1 point. ................................................................................................................................................................................ For the following questions, use the WORKSHEET MAP. If YOU print a copy, print a HIGH QUALITY COLOR COPY! I strongly
encourage you to view the computer version of the map when completing your worksheet. The black vertical lines on the map are north-south lines. Use them as reference lines when measuring bearings. Use the bar scale on the map to measure distan 1. Which is higher, the lake at point 2, or the lake at point 4?
2. Point 6 is situated at what kind of landform feature?
3. Which way is the stream that enters or exits the SW side of Lake 10322 flowing – N to S, or S to N?
4. What is the elevation of each of the following points? The “x” marks the spot for each point.
• Point 5 11100 ft • Point 6 10700 ft • Point 7

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