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The true model or a miniature form of the earth is called a _____.
The countries, continents and the oceans are perfectly depicted in their sizes and shapes on a ______ as it is a true model of the earth.
The tilted needle fixed throughout the globe resembles the ______ of the earth.
The two points through which the needle passes on the globe resembles the two poles of the earth namely ______ and _____ poles.
In reality the earth rotates on its own axis which is an _____ line.
The imaginary line dividing the earth into two equal halves is known as the _______.
The halves of the earth after being divided by the equator are known as ______ and _______ hemispheres.
All the parallel circles from the equator to both the poles are called ________.
The imaginary line equator is _____ in shape.
The unit of measurement for the latitudes is ________.
What represents the zero degree latitude?
How much degrees of the latitude marks both the poles in their respective positions?
How many more parallels of latitudes are there apart from the equator, north pole and south pole?
The tropic of cancer is at _____ degrees from the equator.
At which position is the tropic of Capricorn situated from the equator?
The tropic of cancer can be located in _________.
We can locate the tropic of capricorn in the _________.
The arctic circle is at ______ degrees from the north of the equator.
Which of these parallels of latitudes can be located at 66 ½ ° from the south of the equator?
The regions beyond the arctic and antarctic circles are known as _________.
The area between the tropic of cancer and tropic Capricorn receives maximum heat from the overhead sun at least once in a year so it is called _________.
The reference lines to locate some areas precisely apart from the latitudes are known as _______.
The meridian of longitude passing through Greenwich is called the _________.
What is the value of the prime meridian from longitude?
With respect to the longitude, the earth is divided into two equal halves by the prime meridian and the ________.
Who is the best timekeeper throughout the world?
The sun casts its shortest shadow at __________.
At the time of sunrise and ______ the shadow of the sun is longest.
The places located at 180 ° away from the longitude will observe _______ when it is perfect noon at Greenwich
The standard time for India or (IST) is treated at ________ east of the prime meridian.
The earth is divided into _____ numbers of time zones as some countries have a greater longitudinal extent.
Each of the time zones of the earth covers _______ degrees of longitude.
What is the total number of longitudes?
What is the total number of latitudes?
A grid is a network of _______.
The distance between the longitudes decreases towards the _______.
The antarctic circle is located in the __________.
The shape of the earth is a sphere flattened at the poles. This shape is called ______.
The heat zone having the coldest climate is called _____.
The time difference between Greenwich and India is _______.
Russia has over ______ time zones.
The British Royal Laboratory is situated in _______.
All places lying on the same ______ have the same time.
There are _______ number of time zones in the whole world.