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(answered) - 1. On a map with a scale of 1:24,000, a measured distance of 1

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(answered) – 1. On a map with a scale of 1:24,000, a measured distance of 1DescriptionSolution downloadThe Question1. On a map with a scale of 1:24,000, a measured distance of 1 in. represents an actual distance of ______ ft.1. On a map with a scale of 1:24,000, a measured distance of 1 in. represents an actualdistance of ______ ft.2. On a map with a scale of 1:62,500, a measured distance of 4.5 in. represents an actualdistance of: ______ miles.3. On a map with a scale of 1:250,000, a measured distance of 4.5 in. represents an actualdistance of: ______ miles.4. On a map with a scale of 1:50,000, a measured distance of 7.5 cm. represents an actualdistance of: ______ km.5. Map T-1 (in the back of the laboratory manual) shows part of the island of Hawaii at ascale of 1:250,000. Using the appropriate graphic scale found inside the front cover ofthe lab manual, determine the distance from the “Patrol Cabin” (at the summit ofMauna Loa) to the “Rest House” (northeast of the summit of Mauna Loa):_______ statutemiles and ______ km.6. If a measured distance of 10 in, on a map represents an actual distance of 5 miles, whatis the fractional scale of the map?7. Why isn’t “0” at the far left of map scales?8. Do all of the parallels and meridians cross each other at right angles in the Eckertprojection9. How does the Eckert Projection maintain equivalence in the high latitudes? (Hint: Whathappens to the meridians?)10. Describe the differences between large- and small-scale maps. Include in yourdiscussion an explanation of elements that work towards identifying a map as small- orlarge-scale.Then, using the information collected, analyze the map of Park City, Kentucky (Map T-9)and the map of Umnak, Alaska (Map T-2) to identify the scale upon which each map isbased. (Note: Both maps are found in the back of the laboratory manual.)–Answerbelow:

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