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Co-op Geography

Must-Knows World

Name the 5 oceans Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Southern, Arctic
Name the 7 continents Asia, Africa, N. America, S. America, Antarctica, Australia, Europe
Which continents are touched by the Atlantic Ocean Europe, North America, Africa, South America
Which continents are touched by the Pacific Ocean? North America, South America, Asia, Australia
Which continents are touched by the Indian Ocean Africa, Asia, Australia
Longitude Lines measuring distance by degrees east and west from the prime meridian.
Latitude Lines measuring distance by degrees north and south of the equator
Equator Imaginary line circling the world a 0 degrees and dividing it into northern and southern hemispheres
Prime Meridian Imaginary line circling the earth a 0 degrees (through Greenwich, England) and dividing the earth into eastern and western hemispheres
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