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and then select Exercise 14. or
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EXERCISE 9 PRQELEMS-w- FRET I
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EXERCISE 5 PROBLEMS-~ PART II
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By: Ashley M Webb
Course: World Geography
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Population: 19 870 647 (2015)
Official EU language(s): Romanian
Political system: semi-presidential republic
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EXERCISE 5": Centaur Unit:
EXERCISE 3' PROBLEMSISOLU'I'IONS
The quealions in this exercise are based on this contour lime map with elevations shown in feet,
I Sham are shown with dashuct lines.
EXERCISE 2 PROBLEMS/SOLUTIONSPART II
On the diagram at right, plot the following
coordinates with a dot. Then label each dot
with its corresponding letter.
(a) 10 N, 40 w
01) 50 N, 40" E
(c) 40 N, 25 w
(d) 5 s, 10 w
(e) 65 N, 70 E
EXERCISE 6 PROBEMSISOleONSPART II
The map below shows the location of 52 cities. The temperature of each city is given in degrees.
Draw isotherms at 5 intervals, beginning with the 0" isotherm in the upper right. corner. Label
2. A. 66.5
3. The June solstice is called the winter solstice in the Southern Hemisphere, it is considered the first
day of winter on June 21st.
4. a. The circle of illumination bisects the equator on June 21 st, giving the equ
It is called the 7.5 minute map because the change between the northern most latititude point
and southern most latitude point is 7.5 minutes.
8. 13 degrees
9. It i
EXERCISE 9 PROBLEMS/SOLUTIONS
l. Cornstmct alopographic profile of the map below along line AB. Draw your prole in the
After compledng the prole, answer the questions cm the following page.