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Please help me understand this
1. What are the layers of the Earth?

2. Define primary and secondary sources.

3. What are the stages of the water cycle?

4. Why are equal projections of Earth inaccurate?

5. Name two rights for citizens and non-citizens of the U.S.

6. What is the difference between an embargo and a tariff?

7. Name two push and two pull factors.

8. What are the branches of government, and what are their powers?

9. What is cultural appropriation?

10. What is the relationship between culture and geography?

11. Define: archaeology, anthropology, geology, and history.

12. What are latitude and longitude? Give an example of a location using latitude and longitude.

13. What is the role of government in a mixed economy?

14. What are the five themes of geography?
I hope i am not an pain the the with this my book doesn't explain clearly

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  1. Dude The Layers Of The Earth:
    outer core
    inner core
    I Hope This Helped For That Question!

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  2. And thank you for helping me ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜˜๐Ÿ˜œ๐Ÿ˜

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  3. Baloney!
    You say you don't understand and that your book is at fault! Nonsense. There's nothing to understand about listing the five themes of geography.

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    Ms. Sue
  4. Mary Jones - We are teachers, not encyclopedias. Please use Google or other search engine then get back to us if you are stuck on something. Cop tried to help you. I teach navigation but am not going to explain lat and long. You can find it instantly. Projections is more difficult but hint search "Mercator projection, distortion of Greenland"

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  5. For no.2, A Primary source is something written by a person who has actually witnessed the event, A Secondary source is something written by a person who has not witnessed the event.

    For no.3, The stages of the water cycle are, well there are actually many stages, but imma tell you the 3 simple ones: Evaporation, Condensation, Precipitation.

    For no. 14, The five themes of geography is Location, Place, Human environment interactions, Movement, and Region.

    For no. 11, So, the suffix "ology" means "The study of". Archaeology is the study of human activity (Like the Mayans, and Incas.)
    Anthropology is the study of the prehistoric humans, their cultures and how they evolved.
    Geology is the study of the Earth.
    History is the study of the past and learning about it.

    I tried to help ya out with a few of them ^^; I hope this works!

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  6. Okay i appreciate you guys help you are very very helpful

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