# GeoGraphy and History

What are the sections of the world ( i am having trouble w/ this question morethan n.e. others b/c my teacher that was all he had on the paper he didn't specify anything)

As I sure you realize, there are many ways of describing various sections of the world.

If you're in geography, the sections could be the four hemispheres -- Western, Eastern, Northern and Southern Hemispheres.

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