chp 9

  1. The ___________uses uniform point symbols, each representing a unit value.
    dot map
  2. Which of the following are appropriate symbols for vector data?
    point, line, area
  3. _______divides the range of data values into equal intervals
    Equal interval
  4. Choropleth map features are confined by administration units
    True
  5. Which of the following symbol type will you use for displaying rates of population change by county (or equivalent area unit) in your state?
    Graduated Color
  6. Which of the following is not considered a visual variable in symbolization?
    Diagram
  7. The graduated symbol map uses different-sized symbols, such as circles, squares, or triangles to represent different ranges of values.
    True
  8. Which of the following visual variables can be used to add contrast in map design?
    size, texture, and color
  9. A USGS quadrangle map is normally considered a thematic map.
    False
  10. the_________, also called the Jenks optimization method. uses a computing algorithm to minimize differences between data values in the same class and to maximize differences between classes.
    Natural Breaks
  11. Size and texture are appropriate for displaying ordinal, interval, and ratio data.
    True
  12. Which of the following is color a dimension not suited for quantitative data?
    Hue
  13. Which of the following is a visual dimension of color
    Hue
  14. The chart map is a map that uses a specific symbol size for each numeric value rather than a range of values.
    False
  15. Which of the following is an example of the ‘hue and value’ color scheme?
    blues to reds dichromatic
Author
natelh
ID
329290
Card Set
chp 9
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