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k moore k moore

road scholar

What plane of latitude has the largest circumference? the equator.
Is it possible to locate an exact plane of latitude stated as "35 degrees"? Why or why not? No. It does not indicate whether this plane of latitude of north or south of the equator.
How many 7.5-minute maps, lying side-by-side, would be required to cover an arc of one degree, or 60 minutes, longitude on the Earth's surface? 8
How many 7.5-minute maps are required to cover an area of one-degree latitude by one-degree longitude? (1 degree=60) 64
For what principal city, place or prominent feature has the quadrangle you are presently studying been named? city of Englewood.
What series is the map you are presently studying? 7.5-minute.
is the Englewood Quad a topographic or a planimetric map> topographic
why does the title block on the Englewood Quadrangle not include a note referring to a date of photorevision? 1997 Map is not photorevision.
according to the plant imprint note, the Interior Department of the Geological Survey printed the Englewood Quad. Where is this plant located? Reston,virginia
what symbol is used to identify state routes? a circle.
how are heavy-duty roads coded on this map? bold, red-colored lines
Created by: jclark17