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Question number: 57

» Cartography » Geographic Information System

Appeared in Year: 2014

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Which of following is a GIS operation? (June)

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

Map designing

b.

Image displaying

c.

Map overlaying

d.

Contrast stretching

Question number: 58

» Cartography » Fundamentals of Cartography

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In the figure which side will have earlier date?

Find the region on the map that will have an early date

Find the Region on the Map That Will Have an Early Date

What would be the date on the west and east side of the map?

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

There will be difference in date

b.

The date will change according to longitude

c.

Asiatic side

d.

American side

Question number: 59

» Cartography » Fundamentals of Cartography

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The diameter of the earth at the equator is ________ while the diameter from North Pole to South Pole is ________.

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

8000 miles, 7500 miles

b.

7900 miles, 7500 miles

c.

7927 miles, 7900 miles

d.

7900 miles, 7927 miles

Question number: 60

» Cartography » Fundamentals of Cartography

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There is curvature in the International Date Line. This is due to:

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

To omit islands that falls on its way

b.

To keep correct date for aeroplanes

c.

To distinguish 1800 longitude

d.

To avoid time date difference

Question number: 61

» Cartography » Fundamentals of Cartography

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Mark the incorrect statement regarding gradient

Choices

Choice (4) Response
a.

It shows the amount of steepness of slope

b.

Transport and engineering problems require exact measurement of gradient

c.

It is the amount of vertical rise of land in relation to horizontal equivalent

d.

The distance between two hills can be found but with the help of gradient

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