Pg tp-class6,time, orange lab

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Pg tp-class6,time, orange lab

  1. 1. Class 6: Time and Orange Lab Class 7: Map Projections
  2. 2. fig_01_14a
  3. 3. 1 2 3 4 36% 64% 0%0% 1. Because of our revolution around the sun 2. It would mess up communication within the country 3. It would mess up flight schedules of airplanes flying to other countries 4. Because in some places, 8 AM would be broad daylight, and in others it would still be dark
  4. 4. fig_01_15
  5. 5. fig_01_17
  6. 6. 1. Because of our revolution around the sun 2. It would mess up communication within the country 3. It would mess up flight schedules of airplanes flying to other countries 4. Because in some places, 8 AM would be broad daylight, and in others it would still be dark
  7. 7. tbl_ui_01_01
  8. 8. fig_01_16
  9. 9. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 9% 18% 9% 0% 36% 27% 0% 1. It gives us more hours of daylight 2. It alters our schedule so that more daylight is after normal working hours, rather than before 3. It keeps most of us from having to get up before it is light out in the summer 4. It saves energy because more people use lights in evening vs. morning 5. 1 and 4 6. 2 and 4 7. 3 and 4
  10. 10. (and strange fruit-like foreign lands)
  11. 11.  A globe is a model of Earth
  12. 12.  A globe is a model of Earth  How is a globe like the Earth?  How is a globe unlike the Earth?
  13. 13.  A globe is a model of Earth  How is a globe like the Earth?  How is a globe unlike the Earth?  Observe shape, latitude lines, longitude lines.
  14. 14.  Latitude lines are parallel  Latitude lines are equally spaced  Latitude and longitude lines meet at right angles  Longitude lines meet at poles  Same shape as earth  Shapes (continents and oceans) are maintained  Relative distances and sizes are maintained  Can be used to show direction and distance
  15. 15. fig_ui_01_04
  16. 16. fig_ui_01_10 Cylindrical Projection
  17. 17. fig_01_11a
  18. 18.  Advantages?  Disadvantages?
  19. 19. fig_ui_01_06
  20. 20.  Advantages?  Disadvantages?
  21. 21. fig_ui_01_08
  22. 22. fig_ui_01_09
  23. 23.  Advantages?  Disadvantages?
  24. 24. fig_ui_01_20 Conical Projection
  25. 25. fig_ui_01_21
  26. 26. fig_ui_01_24
  27. 27. fig_ui_01_12
  28. 28. fig_ui_01_05
  29. 29. fig_ui_01_11
  30. 30. fig_ui_01_07
  31. 31. fig_ui_01_13
  32. 32. fig_ui_01_14
  33. 33. fig_ui_01_15
  34. 34. fig_ui_01_16
  35. 35. fig_ui_01_17
  36. 36. fig_ui_01_18
  37. 37. fig_ui_01_19
  38. 38. fig_ui_01_22
  39. 39. fig_ui_01_23
  40. 40. fig_ui_01_25
  41. 41. fig_ui_01_26
  42. 42. fig_ui_01_27
  43. 43. fig_ui_01_28
  44. 44. fig_ui_01_29
  45. 45. fig_ui_01_30
  46. 46. fig_ui_01_31
  47. 47. fig_ui_01_32
  48. 48. fig_ui_01_33
  49. 49. fig_ui_01_34
  50. 50. fig_ui_01_35
  51. 51. fig_ui_01_36
  52. 52. fig_ui_01_37
  53. 53. fig_ui_01_38
  54. 54. fig_ui_01_39
  55. 55. fig_ui_01_40
  56. 56. fig_ui_01_41
  57. 57. fig_ui_01_42
  58. 58. fig_01_10
  59. 59. fig_01_11b
  60. 60. fig_01_12
  61. 61. fig_01_13

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