Geography

Question

Hachured contour lines on a topographic map represent _____.
A.depressions, B.very small hills,
C. underwater features, D.caves

2 Answer

  • A ) -despressions :)

  • Answer:

    Option (A)

    Explanation:

    The contour lines are defined as the line of equal elevation. They are separated from one another by a fixed amount of vertical distance and they never cross cuts one another.

    Both hills and depressions (basins) are represented by a circular pattern of contourc marks.

    In a topographic map, the hachured contour lines indicates a depression with smaller hachure lines that points towards the lowest elevation.

    Thus, the correct answer is option (A).

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