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1. Relative LocationWyoming is south of Montana, north of Colorado, east of Idaho, and west of South Dakota.1. Absolute LocationThe absolute location of Wyoming is 41 degrees north and 104 degrees west.
Regions1. Wyoming is in the Mountain time zone.2. Wyoming is in the Rocky Mountain region
Place1. Wyoming has many landmarks. Two of them are Old Faithful Inn and the Wyoming State Capitol.2. There are many landforms in Wyoming. They include Devils Tower, Fossil Butte, Grand Tetons, and Old Faithful.
Place3. One tradition in Wyoming is that the Eastern Shoshone Indian tribe has a big festival every year.4. The climate of Wyoming is18 degrees in thewinter and 67 degrees in the summer.
Movement1. In Wyoming they use many different things to get around. The main ones are Cheyenne airport, Interstate 90, 80, 25, train stations, and snow cats(snowcats are cars that have skies on the bottom of them to get up snowy mountains.)1. Wyoming exports coal, glass, paper, toothpaste, soaps, and baking soda.
Movement3. Wyomings agriculture is wool, lamb stock, sugar beets, dry beans, beef hay, timber, corn, and wheat.
Human Environment Interaction1. Wyoming adapts to the weather in the winter by plowing roads because in the winter it snows a lot.1. Wyoming modified the land to make farms for sheep, cattle, cows, and other farm animals. They put fences around the land so the animals wouldnt escape and built barns for shelter for the animals.
Human Environment Interaction3. Wyoming depends on tourism in thewinter because a lot of people visit skiresorts to ski.