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The representation of the earth’s surface drawn on a flat surface according to a scale is called _____.
Maps provide more information than a ________.
When many maps are put together it is called an _______.
There are generally _______ types of maps.
Maps showing the natural features of the earth such as mountains, plateaus, rivers, etc are called ______.
Physical maps are also called as ______ maps.
Maps showing the cities, towns, villages, states, and countries of the world with their boundaries are called ________.
The maps showing the distribution of forests, industries, etc are known as _______.
There are ________ components of maps.
Maps are drawn on a sheet of paper to ________ scales.
The ratio between the actual distance on the ground and the distance shown on the maps is called ______.
The maps showing large areas like continents or countries by using small scale are called _______ maps.
Maps showing small areas like villages or towns by using large scale are called ______ maps.
There are _____ major directions in the maps.
There are _______ intermediate directions in the maps.
The four major directions shown on the maps are called ______.
An instrument to find out the main directions is called ________.
A compass has a ______ needle.
The magnetic needle of a compass always points towards the _______ direction.
Certain letters, shades, colours, pictures, and lines used to show different features such as buildings, bridges, railway lines, etc on the maps are called ______.
An International agreement regarding the use of symbols is called _____ symbols.
The blue colour on the maps shows the ______.
Mountains are shown by _____ colour on the maps.
Yellow colour shows the ______ on the maps.
Plains and forests are shown by _______ colour.
A drawing mainly based on memory and spot observation and not to scale is called ______.
A rough drawing drawn without scale to locate a place is called ______.
The drawing of a small area on a large scale is called ________.