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What are latitude lines? They are lines that run East and West around Earth.
What are longitude lines? They run around Earth from South to East
What is the tropic of cancer? Is the Northern hemisphere in latitude at 23 N.
What is axis? Imaginary line that run from North Pole to South Pole.
What is the Global Grid? Is when both latitude and longitude lines cross.
What are parallel lines? Are lines of latitude.
What is the Tropic of Capricorn? South of equator at 23 S.
What is the tropical zone? Section of Earth between the tropic of cancer and the tropic of Capricorn known as the tropical zone
What is an arctic circle? Lines of latitude at 66.5 degrees North.
What is an antartic circle? Lines of latitude 66.5 degrees South.
What is the difference between antartic circle and arctic circle? One is in the North Pole and the other is in the South Pole.
What is the Polar Region? Zones North and South of the Antartic circle is a polar region.
What is a temperate zone? Tropic of cancer and between the antatic circle and the tropic of capricorn are known as temperate zones.
What is a frigid Zone? Circle and south of the antartic circle are known as frigid zones.
What is a torrid zone? The torrid is is the same as a tropical zone
What are meridian lines? Longitude lines and meridian lines are the same.
What is a Economy? An economy is a system that a community uses for produce and distribute goods and services.
What is a civilization? A civilization is a complex society that has cities.
What is a resource? A resource is a supply of something that can be used as needed.
What is a religion? A religion is a feature of civilization that is established.
What are social classes? A social class is a group of people that occupy different ranks or levels.
What is the fertile cresent? The fertile cresent is a region of the middle east that stretches in a large cresent shaped curve.
What is a barter? A barter is a trading system in which people trade goods without using money.
What is Mesapotamia? Mesapotamia is a wide flat plain in present day Iraq.
What is the polytheism? Polytheism is a belief in more than one god.
What is Irrigate? Irrigate is supply and water.
What is a Zigguart? A ziggurat is a large pyramid in large Sumerian cities.
What is city-state? A city state is a independent state that includes a city and surronding territory.
What is cuneiform? Is a system of writing that uses triangular shaped symbols to stand for ideas or things.
What is an empire? It is a state containing several countries or territories .
What is a ally? An ally is a independent that works for military achievements.
What is a cultural trait? Is a idea or way of doing that is a common culture.
What is the Hummurabi's code? A set of laws controlled by the babylions.
What is the rule of law? Is the law that all people must obey both rich or poor.
What is cavalry? Cavalry is soldiers that fight riding horses.
What is a standing army? Standing army is a army of professional soldiers.
What is a tribute A tribute is a payment to show loyalty.
What is a currency? Is money is for a exchange.
What is a stele? Is a carved stone slab.
What is a import? Service sold within a country.
What is export? Serviced produce within a country.
What is navigation? Is art steering ship fro place to place.
What is a colony? Area ruled by a distant country.
What is a cultural diffusion? Spreading of cultural from one region to another.
What is a alphabet An alphabet is a small set of letters or symbols.
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