Longitude and Latitude

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Questions

Questions within the worksheet.
1. Multiple Choice (1 score)

What is another name for a line of latitude?

Latties (0%)
Parallels (100%)
Meridians (0%)
Northerly Lines (0%)
Randomizing Question Order
Curriculum Outcome
identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program.identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program
2. Multiple Choice (1 score)

In what direction do lines of latitude run?

East to West (100%)
North to South (0%)
Randomizing Question Order
Curriculum Outcome
identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program.identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program
3. Multiple Choice (1 score)

In what direction do lines of longtiude run?

North to South (100%)
East to West (0%)
Randomizing Question Order
Curriculum Outcome
identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping programidentify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program.
4. Multiple Choice (1 score)

Match the term to the definition: 

Distance measured in degrees east or west from an imaginary line. 

Longitude (0%)
Lateral Distance (0%)
Latitude (100%)
Mercator (0%)
Randomizing Question Order
Curriculum Outcome
identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program.identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program
5. Multiple Choice (1 score)

Lion's Head Ontario is located on what parallel? 

36th (0%)
45th (100%)
22nd (0%)
63rd (0%)
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Curriculum Outcome
identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program.identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program
6. Multiple Choice (1 score)

What city does the Prime Meridian pass through?

Madrid, Spain (0%)
Paris, France (0%)
Oslo, Norway (0%)
Greenwich, England (100%)
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Curriculum Outcome
identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program.identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program
7. Multiple Choice (1 score)

The Equator is the main line of longitude.

True (0%)
False (100%)
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Curriculum Outcome
identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program.identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program
8. Multiple Choice (1 score)

How do you measure lines of latitude and longitude? 

Degrees (100%)
Percentage (0%)
Fractions (0%)
Kilometres (0%)
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Curriculum Outcome
identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program.identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program
9. Multiple Choice (1 score)

To locate something on the Earth, you would write the numbers in this format

Degrees, Minutes, Seconds (100%)
Seconds, Minutes, Degrees (0%)
Minutes, Degrees, Seconds (0%)
Degrees, Seconds, Minutes (0%)
Randomizing Question Order
Curriculum Outcome
identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program.identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program
10. Multiple Choice (1 score)

Where is the Equator located?

0° (100%)
40° (0%)
28° (0%)
75° (0%)
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Curriculum Outcome
identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program.identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program
11. Multiple Choice (1 score)

Where is the North Pole located?

45°S (0%)
45°N (0%)
90°S (0%)
90°N (100%)
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Curriculum Outcome
identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping programidentify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program.
12. Multiple Choice (1 score)

Where is the Arctic Circle located?    

90°N (0%)
90°S (0%)
63.5°N (0%)
65°N (100%)
Randomizing Question Order
Curriculum Outcome
identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program.identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program
13. Multiple Choice (1 score)

Where is the Tropic of Cancer located?    

18.5°N (0%)
18.5°S (0%)
23.5°S (0%)
23.5°N (100%)
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Curriculum Outcome
identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program.identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program
14. Multiple Choice (1 score)

Where is the Tropic of Capricorn located?    

23.5°N (0%)
23.5°S (100%)
18.5°N (0%)
18.5°S (0%)
Randomizing Question Order
Curriculum Outcome
identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program.identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program
15. Multiple Choice (1 score)

At 180 degrees Longitude, this imaginary line separates one day from another   

Arctic Circle (0%)
International Dateline (100%)
Prime Meridian (0%)
South Pole (0%)
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Curriculum Outcome
identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program.identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program
16. Multiple Choice (1 score)

Alex is standing at 64 degrees, 15 minutes East Longitude. Graham is at 64 degrees, 15 minutes West Longitude. Which one is closer to the Prime Meridian? 

Alex (0%)
Graham (0%)
They are the same distance (100%)
Randomizing Question Order
Curriculum Outcome
identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program.identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program
17. Multiple Choice (1 score)

Sarah is standing at 28 degrees North Latitude and Tom is standing at 12 degrees North Latitude. Which one is closer to the Equator? 

Sarah (0%)
Tom (100%)
They are the same distance (0%)
Randomizing Question Order
Curriculum Outcome
identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program.identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program
18. Multiple Choice (1 score)

The earth is divided into a Southern and Northern Hemisphere. 

True (100%)
False (0%)
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Curriculum Outcome
identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program.identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program
19. Multiple Choice (1 score)

Lines of latitude are numbered from 1° to 79°. 

True (0%)
False (100%)
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Curriculum Outcome
identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program.identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program
20. Multiple Choice (1 score)

Lines of longitude are numbered from 0° to 180°. 

True (100%)
False (0%)
Randomizing Question Order
Curriculum Outcome
identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program.identify continents, significant bodies of water, the equator, poles, and hemispheres, using a globe, print, digital, or interactive maps, and/or a mapping program