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What are the 7 continents and and know where they are
located?
The sevent continents are South America, North America, Australia, Antarctica,Europe, Asia,and Africa
What are the 4 main bodies of water(oceans)and know where they are located?
Atlantic Ocean, Pacific Ocean, Indian Ocean, and Arctic ocean
Whats another name for lines of latitude?
parallels
Whats another name for lines of longitude?
Meridians
Whats the difference between a city,state,country,and continent?
cities make up a state, states make up a country, and countries make up a continent
What are the four map components?
title,compass, legend and scale
What are the 5 themes of geography?
Location,Place,Human Enviroment/Interaction,Movement,Region
what does population density mean?
The average population or number of people living in a given area.
What does urban mean?
high population density
What does rural mean?
low population density
What does irrigation mean?
supplying water to land
What does civilization mean?
modern devolopment,advanced stage in social devolopment
fertile
able to produce much, able to bear seeds,fruit,or young
famine
starvation
migrate
to move from one place to another to make a new home
what does nomad mean?
wanderer
surplus
more than enough
archaeologist
a person with a job to study the past using tools, ans weapons and other objects to find out how people lived in the past
social class
a group of people with the same economic status
democracy
government by the peopleusually through elected representatives
communism
the ownership of property or means of production,distribution,and supply by the whole of a classless society
agriculture
the science or practice of large scale soil cultivation
economy
thrift;avoidance of waste part of a system that deals with man's material needs
literacy
the ability to read and write
Japan is part of the continent of ____________.
Asia