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Welcome. to. Jeopardy!. Final Jeopardy. Round 1. Topo Maps. Latitude And Longitude. Gradient. Spheres. Polaris. Misc. $100. Final Jeopardy. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. Scores. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $400. $400.

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Welcome

to

Jeopardy!

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Topo Maps

Latitude And Longitude

Gradient

Spheres

Polaris

Misc

$100

Final Jeopardy

$100

$100

$100

$100

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$200

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Scores

$300

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$100

The ratio between the map and the ground.

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$100

Scale

Scores

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$200

The Contour Interval

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$200

What is 10?

Scores

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$300

The one with the steeper gradient.

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$300

What is the one on the right?

Scores

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$400

Direction the Stream Flows

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$400

What is southwest?

Scores

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$500

The highest possible elevation.

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$500

What is 39?

Scores

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$100

The primary line of latitude.

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$100

What is the equator?

Scores

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$200

The highest values for latitude and longitude.

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$200

What is 90 (latitude) and 180 (longitude)?

Scores

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$300

The types of lines shown

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$300

What are lines of latitude?

Scores

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Daily

Double

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$400

The number of degrees of longitude between each time zones.

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$400

What is 15?

Scores

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$500

The continent located at

40N, 90E

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$500

What is Asia?

Scores

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$100

The formula for gradient.

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$100

What is

Scores

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The gradient between points A and B.

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$200

What is 10 m/km?

(3000 ÷ 300 = 10)

Scores

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$300

The gradient between B and C.

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$300

What is 30 m/km?

Scores

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$400

The temperature gradient if the temperature on the ground is 20C and 3m above the ground it is 26C.

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$400

What is 2C/m?

Scores

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$500

If the elevation at Albany is 282ft and Syracuse 420ft, the gradient in ft/mi.

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$500

What is 1.1 ft/mi (+/- 0.2)?

Gradient = elevation  distance

= (420ft – 282ft)  125 mi

= 1.1 ft/mi

Scores

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$100

The layer of water on the Earth’s surface.

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$100

What is the hydrosphere?

Scores

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$200

The temperature at the boundary between the mesosphere and the thermosphere.

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$200

What is -90C?

Scores

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$300

The temperature AND pressure 4000 kilometers below Earth’s surface.

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$300

What is 5700C (+/- 200C) and 2.3 million atmospheres (+/- 0.2)?

Scores

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$400

The element that makes up the greatest percentage of the air we breathe.

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$400

What is nitrogen (78%)?

Scores

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$500

The relationship between elevation and air pressure.

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$500

What is an inverse (indirect) relationship?

Scores

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$100

The only hemisphere where Polaris can be seen.

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$100

What is the Northern Hemisphere?

Scores

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The location on the Earth’s surface where Polaris would be directly overhead.

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$200

What is the North Pole?

Scores

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$300

The altitude of Polaris at

27 30’N, 65 45’W.

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$300

What is 27 ½?

Scores

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$400

The student is located nearest to this city in New York State

1 Plattsburgh        3 New York City2 Albany              4 Kingston

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$400

What is Kingston (#4)?

Scores

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$500

The diagram which correctly shows the apparent motion of Polaris from sunset to midnight for an observer in northern Canada?

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$500

What is #4?

(it shows no change in motion)

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$100

The distance to Earth’s center.

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$100

What is 6300 kilometers (+/- 100)?

Scores

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$200

The distance from Binghamton to Jamestown in kilometers.

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$200

What is 260 km (+/- 5)?

Scores

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$300

Show lines of decreasing elevation (depressions) on a topographic map.

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$300

What are hachured lines?

Scores

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$400

The NY State city located at 4302’N, 7610’W.

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$400

What is Syracuse?

Scores

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$500

The arm which points toward Polaris if heading west.

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$500

What is the right arm?

Scores

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Final

Jeopardy

Reference Tables

Final Jeopardy Question

Scores

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The distance in miles from

4345’N, 7455’W

to

4315’N, 7735’W

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What is

140 miles (+/- 10)?

Old Forge to Rochester

Scores

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