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Compass Knowledge Review - Level 1

 

  1. The CARDINAL points on a compass are North, South, East and West.

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      A.  North corresponds to the degree radial.

      B.  South corresponds to the degree radial.

      C.  East corresponds to the degree radial.

       D.  West corresponds to the degree radial.

 

    2.   INTERCARDINAL points are points between the cardinal points.

     A. Northwest corresponds to the degree radial.

     B. Northeast corresponds to the degree radial

     C. Southwest corresponds to the degree radial.

     D. Southeast corresponds to the degree radial.

 

    3.   General Compass Information

     A.  The distance between the lines on compass is called a .

     B.  There are degrees on a compass.

     C.  The Cardinal points are .


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