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How can you tell if a hiker has to hike the steepest elevation?

A) The contour lines are evenly spaced.
B) The contour lines are spaced farther apart.
C) The contour lines are spaced closer together.

I really don't know! Please help, God bless you.

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  1. Study this and then tell us what you think.

    https://www.ordnancesurvey.co.uk/getoutside/guides/understanding-map-contour-lines-for-beginners/

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    posted by Ms. Sue

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