question_answer1) Look at the figure and find out : (i) In which direction is the river flowing? (ii) What kind of road passes by the side of village Dumri? (iii) Sunderpur is situated on what type of railway line. (iv) The police station is situated on which side of the railway bridge. (v) On which side of the railway line do the following lie.: (a) Chhatri (b) Church (c) Pond (d) Mosque (e) River (f) Post and Telegraph office (g) Graveyard.View Answer play_arrow
question_answer2) Look at the Figure. There is a scale. It may be used for measuring distance between places. For example the distance between the well and the tree is 5 cm. It means that the actual distance is 50 metres. Now the distance between the PO (A) to Karim's house (E) is 12 cm. It means 120 metres on the ground but you can not fly like a bird directly from E to A. You will have to walk on the road. Let us measure the total walking distance from E to C, then C to M, M to B and B to A. Add all these distances. This will be the total walking distance from Karim's house to the post office.View Answer play_arrow
question_answer3) Answer the following questions briefly : (a) What are the three components of a map? (b) What are the four cardinal directions? (c) What do you mean by the term, 'the scale of the map'?View Answer play_arrow
question_answer7) Tick the correct answers: (a) Maps showing distribution of forests are (i) Physical map (ii) Thematic map (iii) Political map (b) The blue colour is used for showing (i) Water bodies (ii) Mountains (iii) Plains (c) A Compass is used (i) To show symbols (ii) To find the main direction (iii) To measure distance (d) A scale is necessary (i) For a map (ii) For a sketch (iii) For symbols.View Answer play_arrow
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