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Re: Road Scholar B

Post by dxu46 » December 25th, 2018, 9:42 am

Anomaly wrote:
dxu46 wrote:
Anapolis wrote:oh shoot my bad

What different things can the number(s) of a highway indicate?
north/south/east/west, type (around city, through city)
umm thread revival? (the previous answer looks right to me lol)

Convert the following from azimuth to bearing or bearing to azimuth (you have to figure which is which)
1. S 43° W
2. 234°
3. N 68° E
4. 108°
5. 359°
6. S 12° W
7. N 89° E
1. 223°
2. S 54° W
3. 68°
4. S 72° E 
5. N 1° W
6. 192°
7. 89°

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Re: Road Scholar B

Post by Anomaly » December 25th, 2018, 9:45 am

dxu46 wrote:
Anomaly wrote:
dxu46 wrote: north/south/east/west, type (around city, through city)
umm thread revival? (the previous answer looks right to me lol)

Convert the following from azimuth to bearing or bearing to azimuth (you have to figure which is which)
1. S 43° W
2. 234°
3. N 68° E
4. 108°
5. 359°
6. S 12° W
7. N 89° E
1. 223°
2. S 54° W
3. 68°
4. S 72° E 
5. N 1° W
6. 192°
7. 89°
Looks good to me :) Your turn!
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Re: Road Scholar B

Post by SonicSpeed » December 25th, 2018, 9:45 am

Anomaly wrote:
Convert the following from azimuth to bearing or bearing to azimuth (you have to figure which is which)
1. S 43° W
2. 234°
3. N 68° E
4. 108°
5. 359°
6. S 12° W
7. N 89° E
1. 223°
2. S 54° W
3. 68°
4. S 72° E
5. N 1°W
6. 192°
7. 89°
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Re: Road Scholar B

Post by Anomaly » December 25th, 2018, 9:46 am

SonicSpeed wrote:
Anomaly wrote:
Convert the following from azimuth to bearing or bearing to azimuth (you have to figure which is which)
1. S 43° W
2. 234°
3. N 68° E
4. 108°
5. 359°
6. S 12° W
7. N 89° E
1. 223°
2. S 54° W
3. 68°
4. S 72° E
5. N 1°W
6. 192°
7. 89°
Oof you're a little late, but nonetheless correct!
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Re: Road Scholar B

Post by dxu46 » December 25th, 2018, 9:51 am

Anomaly wrote:
dxu46 wrote:
Anomaly wrote: umm thread revival? (the previous answer looks right to me lol)

Convert the following from azimuth to bearing or bearing to azimuth (you have to figure which is which)
1. S 43° W
2. 234°
3. N 68° E
4. 108°
5. 359°
6. S 12° W
7. N 89° E
1. 223°
2. S 54° W
3. 68°
4. S 72° E 
5. N 1° W
6. 192°
7. 89°
Looks good to me :) Your turn!
Joe travels from St. Louis, Missouri, to Tycho Crater, Moon. Assuming that he travels at a constant rate of 200 mph, calculate the amount of time it would take to get there [b]without a determined distance[/b] (in other words give an expression with distance [i]d[/i] that someone could use as a formula)

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Re: Road Scholar B

Post by SonicSpeed » December 25th, 2018, 10:02 am

dxu46 wrote:
Anomaly wrote:
dxu46 wrote:
1. 223°
2. S 54° W
3. 68°
4. S 72° E 
5. N 1° W
6. 192°
7. 89°
Looks good to me :) Your turn!
Joe travels from St. Louis, Missouri, to Tycho Crater, Moon. Assuming that he travels at a constant rate of 200 mph, calculate the amount of time it would take to get there [b]without a determined distance[/b] (in other words give an expression with distance [i]d[/i] that someone could use as a formula)
d/200 = time(in hours)
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Re: Road Scholar B

Post by dxu46 » December 25th, 2018, 10:04 am

SonicSpeed wrote:
dxu46 wrote:
Anomaly wrote: Looks good to me :) Your turn!
Joe travels from St. Louis, Missouri, to Tycho Crater, Moon. Assuming that he travels at a constant rate of 200 mph, calculate the amount of time it would take to get there [b]without a determined distance[/b] (in other words give an expression with distance [i]d[/i] that someone could use as a formula)
d/200 = time(in hours)
Your turn!

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Re: Road Scholar B

Post by SonicSpeed » December 25th, 2018, 10:22 am

for every question, type the correct letter next to the definition/term
a. cartography
b. series
c. legend
d. contour lines
e. contour intervals
f. declination 
g. class 1 buildings
h. control data
i. graticule tick marks

1. the vertical difference between adjacent contour lines. this value is printed beneath the feet/ kilometer bars in the lower margin.
2. located in the lower right margin. shows the classes of roads and route markers on the map.
3. these marks or symbols identify latitude and longitude, elevation or all.
4. the science of mapping
5. help in mentally dividing the map into nine equal pieces called sectors.
6. appears in the upper right corner. refers to the mapped area in degrees, minutes, and seconds
7. the angular difference between true north and magnetic north.
8. fine, curving brown lines. the same elevation. Depict the shape and elevation of the land.
9. structures primarily meant for housing human activities. these are shown by a solid or crosshatch print.
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Re: Road Scholar B

Post by dxu46 » December 25th, 2018, 10:26 am

SonicSpeed wrote:
for every question, type the correct letter next to the definition/term
a. cartography
b. series
c. legend
d. contour lines
e. contour intervals
f. declination 
g. class 1 buildings
h. control data
i. graticule tick marks

1. the vertical difference between adjacent contour lines. this value is printed beneath the feet/ kilometer bars in the lower margin.
2. located in the lower right margin. shows the classes of roads and route markers on the map.
3. these marks or symbols identify latitude and longitude, elevation or all.
4. the science of mapping
5. help in mentally dividing the map into nine equal pieces called sectors.
6. appears in the upper right corner. refers to the mapped area in degrees, minutes, and seconds
8. the angular difference between true north and magnetic north.
9. fine, curving brown lines. the same elevation. Depict the shape and elevation of the land.
10. structures primarily meant for housing human activities. these are shown by a solid or crosshatch print.
1. e
2. c
3. h
4. a
5. i
6. b
8. f
9. d
10. g

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Re: Road Scholar B

Post by SonicSpeed » December 25th, 2018, 10:31 am

dxu46 wrote:
SonicSpeed wrote:
for every question, type the correct letter next to the definition/term
a. cartography
b. series
c. legend
d. contour lines
e. contour intervals
f. declination 
g. class 1 buildings
h. control data
i. graticule tick marks

1. the vertical difference between adjacent contour lines. this value is printed beneath the feet/ kilometer bars in the lower margin.
2. located in the lower right margin. shows the classes of roads and route markers on the map.
3. these marks or symbols identify latitude and longitude, elevation or all.
4. the science of mapping
5. help in mentally dividing the map into nine equal pieces called sectors.
6. appears in the upper right corner. refers to the mapped area in degrees, minutes, and seconds
8. the angular difference between true north and magnetic north.
9. fine, curving brown lines. the same elevation. Depict the shape and elevation of the land.
10. structures primarily meant for housing human activities. these are shown by a solid or crosshatch print.
1. e
2. c
3. h
4. a
5. i
6. b
7. f
8. d
9. g
Correct! Sorry for the number typo... Anyways, Your Turn!
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