# If you walked along the creek from point h to point j

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If you walked along the creek from point H to point J, what would be the total change in elevation? __________________________ In what direction would you be walking? ______________________ 22. What is the lowest labeled point on the map? ___________________ 23. What is the highest labeled point on the map? ___________________ 24. In what direction is the river at the center of the map flowing? ____________ 25. Put a small star on the map where the slope is the steepest. 26. Put a small triangle on the map where the slope is the flattest. 27. Is point K in a valley or a ridge? _____________________ 28. Is point L in a valley or a ridge? _____________________ 29. What is the distance from point A to point F, to the nearest tenth of a kilometer? __________________ 30. What is the distance from point H to point D, to the nearest tenth of a kilometer? __________________ 31. What is the distance from point B to point E, to the nearest tenth of a kilometer? __________________ 32. What is the distance from Goodnight Peak to point L, to the nearest tenth of a kilometer? __________________ 33. If you could travel in time and visit the park shown on the map 100,000 years in the future, what changes do you think will have taken place to the elevations of Goodnight Peak and Brushy Butte? Explain your answer. __________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________________ 105014 Around 880M Around 890M 10M West PointA PointG South A ridge A ridge I 0.9km 0.6km 1km I 09km They would have lower elevations because the earths plates move and cause mountains to move and become higher
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