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map projection is the beast

The cartographer chooses the projection to use considering the requirements a customer has for use of the map.

You would use a Lambert Projection.

The map projection that would be most likely used by a sailor is the Mercator projection.

A Winkle Tribal map projection is a modified azimuthal map projection. This is one of three projection.

A polar explorer would use a polar map.

The Mercator projection was developed by Gerardus Mercator (Flemish) in 1569. The map is a cylindrical projection that standardized nautical map projection.

they are type of map

The answer is the Mercator projection

A Polar Projection is a projection that shows the north and south poles, on a map.

a map projection is a map that has lots of different angles.

the map projection was high intolleranse to my speech

True. The projection note for any map sheet identifies the projection system used on the map sheet.

Sailors use Mercator Projections

Robinson projection is a map projection of a world map, which shows the entire world at once.

A projection is a way of keeping the distortion of a flat map

A Robinson projection map.

Mercator's projection is a map used mostly in the Americas. The purpose of the map projection was to help sailors trade. It was a sailor's map

The Mercator projection map still is in use today because, although the sizes and distance were distorted, it still showed directions accurately.

Equal-Area projection

in a polar projection you can the northern hemisphere, a mercador projection where you can see stretched out land.

On a conformal map projection the local shape of the maps features are preserved, the lines of longitude and latitude meet at right angles. On an equivalent map projection preserves the area of features on the map.

Mercator Projection, Interrupted Projection, Robinson Projection

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The Robinson projection shows the entire world map at once.