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4.10: Understand Three-Dimensional Scale Models and Designs

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Contour Lines

Contour line are drawn on a map to show elevation. Each contour line represents the same measure of elevation.

Elevation

Elevation is the measure of height.

Scale Model

A scale model is a model that represents a three-dimensional space.

Terrain

The terrain on a map is the land.

Three – Dimensional

A figure drawn in three dimensions is drawn using length, width and height or depth.

Topographic Map

A topographic map is a map that not only shows distances on the ground, but also features of the area such as mountains.

Two – Dimensional

A figure drawn in two dimensions is only drawn using length and width.

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