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Location & Distance

Location & Distance (Latitude and longitude)

Tells where a place is compared to another place Relative location
a box ona ma that explains the meanig of the symbols used on the map map key
you home address is an example of absolute location
element of a map that shows how a unit of distace on the the map (such as an inch) relates to actual distance on the surface of the earth map scale
shows the distance north or south of the equator as measured in degrees Latitude
Run east and west across the map Lines of Latitude
Run north and south and meets at the poles Lonitude lines
the distance east or wet of the Prime Meridian longitude
map that shows population density thematic map
map that uses color to show countries or state polical map
Shos the features of earth such as land elevation, water depth, mountains, plains and deserts. physical map
Created by: jboiteux