Q1. Fill in the blanks.

i.     The blue colour is used for showing ___________.

ii.    A __________is used to find the main directions.

iii.  _________colour is used for showing mountains.

iv.  A globe can be useful when we want to study the earth as a _______.


Q2. True/False

i.     A scale is necessary for a map. _______

ii.    Direction is not a component of maps. _______

iii.  A physical map shows natural features of the earth. _______


Q3. Which map provides detailed information?


Q4. Which map shows distribution of forests?


Q5. What is an Atlas?


Q6. What are the three components of a map?


Q7. When should we use a globe?


Q8. What are intermediate directions?


Q9. What are the four cardinal directions?


Q10. What do you mean by the term ‘the scale of the map’?


Q11. What is Compass?


Q12. What are physical maps?


Q13. Define Political Maps.

Q14. Write the color used for the following: water bodies, mountain, plateau and for plains.


Q15. What is called the north line?


Q16. What do you mean by Thematic Maps?


Q17. What are called conventional symbols?


Q18. How are maps more helpful than a globe?



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