On a map what do black lines usually represent?
The black lines mean it is a state boundary.
on a map,what do black lines between states usually represent? state boundries
On maps, black lines between states represent boundaries or borders, where one state stops and the others starts. These are also called state lines.
Black dots on a map usually represent cities.
On a map, black dots usually represent capital cities.
They represent cities.
Black dots usually represent cities.
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A small black dot on a map usually represents a city, town, village.
The blue lines on a map usually represent a stream, river, or other similar bodies of water.
The cities of the state.
a city or town
A black triangle can represent a mountain if it is pointing up or a valley if it is pointing down.
Black dots on a map represent towns and cities. The bigger the dot, the bigger the city.
it shows you where the cities or towns are
They usually represent cities (the dots) and the borders (dashes). Your welcome.
citys. sometimes a boarder.
it means that theres a state capiteil
Contour lines represent connecting points of equal elevation on a topographic map.
usually it's state boundaries
The black dots on a map represent cities.
They usually represent the state border between the states.
A town, village or settlement
The black dots represent a recognized city/town/village. The size of the dot relates to the size of the community and this correlation is generally noted on the map glossary of symbols. Cities and/or towns. depends on the map you hav to check the key
Black dots usually represent the location of a city or a town on a map. The bigger the size of the dot, the more populous the place is, and vice versa.
Usually they indicate the borders between the states.
Black dot typically represents a city on a maps but different maps may represent other things so best to check the map legend.
Differing heights on a map
Contour lines are lines that connect points of equal elevation. A topographical map is a map that uses contour lines to represent the elevation of land surfaces.
The lines with the tick marks on them represent depressions.
That depends on what type of map you are referring to. On a weather map it's usually part of a warm front. On a road map they could be any type of road the cartographer specifies. On a topographical map they could be elevation lines. On the Washington Transit Map it's the red line train. Check the legend and it will more than likely tell you.
Green represents vegitation and the other 4 colors represent: blue-water red- major manmade objects black- minor manmade objects brown- contour lines
That would be a topographical map. It uses contour lines (usually 100 or 50 ft. incraments) to show elevation above or below sea level. They're usually black & white and can be found wherever you can find maps.
contour lines that show elevation
A small airplane on a map is usually the symbol for an airport.
Blue on a map usually represents water. If it is a road map, blue is often the smaller roads.
On a map that uses contour lines to represent height, a flat plain should show very few (if any) contour lines.
They represent degrees of latitude.
mostly rivers, but it could also be streams
Swirly lines going to the center where the eye is.
A black dot on a map can mean either a town or city. HTH! ;) (hope this helps)
A black dot on a map typically means a city, town, recognized place, or neighborhood. Usually, the larger the dot, the more populous the place.
it is a place
Lines with tiny blue triangles represent a cold front moving in the direction the triangles point.
A topographic map is a way to represent a two dimensional surface. A topographic map uses contour lines to show elevation and change.
Water represents a blue line on a map.
These lines represent elivation change on the map. The close the lines are together the steeper that area is. In order to know which direction the change is in you have to look at numbers that should be on the lines. if you find two numbers that are on the same slope and compare them you can tell if it is a hill or a valley that is represented on the map.
Capital cities, cities, or capitals (it depends on what type of map)