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GEOGRAPHY HOMEWORK __________________________________________________________________________________________________ 1. The end points of the earth are called ___________. A. Meridians B. Polar. C. Equatorials. D. Spheres 2. The network of parallels and meridians on the globe is called a _________. A. Meridians B. Grids C. Equatorials. D. Spheres 3. The imaginary lines running from east to west around the earth are called_______________. A. Meridians B. Polar. C. Latitudes D. Spheres 4. The ___________ passes through Greenwich. A. Prime Meridian B. Polar. C. Tropic of Cancer D. Equator 5. The portion of the earth lying above the equator is called the ___________. A. Polar B. Northern Hemisphere C. Equatorials. D. Spheres 6. To locate a place on the earth, we must know its ___________ and___________. A. Diagonals B. Parallels C. Latitudes D. Longitudes and Latitudes 7. Meridians are also known as ___________. A. Meridians B. Polar. C. Equatorials. D. Longitudes 8. The maximum distance between two meridians is at the ___________. A. 900C B. 1800C. C. 10C D. 100C

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9. The ___________ cut the parallels at 900 right angle. A. Meridians B. Polar. C. Equator D. Longitudes 10. The meridian of 1800E and 1800 W is the ___________ line. A. Meridians B. Globe. C. Grids D. Longitudes 11. ___________ is the starting line for all longitude. A. Prime Meridians B. Tropic of Cancer C. Tropic of Capricorn D. Longitudes 12. The city ___________ in was taken as the prime meridian by the early geographers and astrologers. A. Greenwich B. London C. Paris D. Moscow 13. Parallels are drawn at an interval of ___________. A. 900C B. 1800C. C. 10C D. 100C 14. There are ___________ parallels in the northern hemisphere ___________ in the southern hemisphere. A. 90N and 90S B. 180w and 180E C. 200N and 200S D. None of the above 15. There are ___________ meridians on the globe. A. 45 B. 360 C. 180 D. 90 16. ___________ are the imaginary lines running from North Pole to South Pole. A. Longitudes B. Latitudes C. Equator D. Tropics