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What type of map would you use to identify landforms and elevation?

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    physical map.

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    WHat type of map would be used to identify countries and cities?

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    political map.

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    I thought map key

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    the question is WHAT TYPE OF MAP? the map key isn't a map. the map key tells you what the symbol stands for.

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