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# What part of a map explains its symbols?

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###### 2010-09-17 14:54:17

The part of a map which explains its symbols are called legends/map symbols.

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The legend is the part of the map which explains the meaning of each symbol used.

The part of the map that explains the symbols used thereon is called the "legend

The part of the map that explains the symbols used thereon is called the "legend".

The symbols and their meanings are printed in a small area of the map known as the Legend.

The part of the map that explains what the map's symbols mean is called the legend. Besides notating what symbols are included in the map, a map legend also has a device made for measuring distance that shows how many miles to an inch or more.

The key of the map explains all the symbols used on the map.

The title of a map indicates the subject, and it is found in the legend which also explains all of the map symbols.

The part of a map that contains the information that explains what the map's symbols mean is called either the legend, key, or origin.

It is a printed list of symbols and their names, and other information used in the map. It is known as the map's legend.

The key on a map explains what the symbols and images on the map mean.

The map's legend, generally in one of the corners, explains what all the symbols mean.

It 'decodes' the symbols used on the map, and explains the scale of the map.

Legend. A legend lists and explains the symbols and colors used on a map

The part of the map that tells what the symbols mean is called the Key.

A map should have a key or legend that explains the scale and the symbols.

The key explains what the map's symbols mean.

The map key gives one information about the symbols on a map.

The small shape, usually a box, that explains what different symbols on the rest of the map mean.

The legend tells you everything you need to know for that map.

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