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conventional symbol is a symbol that has an understood or widely accepted interpretation.There are other conventional symbols that are easily recognizable. For example, we pledge allegiance to the flag, which i...

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Megha Anil

Mar 15, 2015

How are maps useful to us ?

Answer.

A map is a representation or a drawing of the earth’s ...

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Anshu

Aug 24, 2015

what are the limitations of a map

Following are the limitations of the maps -
a. Maps are two-dimensional so cannot depict the earth's curvature or land forms or terrain.
b. The scale effects can reduce the detailing of maps

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Baij Nath

Sep 10, 2014

What is Sketch?

A sketch is a drawing mainly based on memory and not on scale

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Baij Nath

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What is the difference between cardinal and intermidiate directions?

There are four cardinal directions: North, East, South, and West.
The intermediate directions are the directions that lie between the four cardinal directions.
These intermediate ...

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What is a map distance ?

A Scale is a ratio that represents the relationship between the actual distance on the ground and the distance on the map. The scale indicates how many units of the earth’...

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J v Girish

Sep 13, 2014

What is an equinox?

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map is a visual representation of an area a symbolic depiction highlighting relationships between elements of that space such as objects regions and themes.
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