Maps depicts the real world on a much smaller scale. They guide you travel from one location to another location. A map is also important because it is used to predict and figure out in which dirrection things are located. They help you organize information. They help you figure out where you are and how to get where you want to go. Maps can show where streets run in a city. Maps are used to show physical features such as mountains, rivers and territories of the various countries.
1: Maps can be used to project any country, state or city of the world.
2: Maps can be used to show longitudes, lattitudes of any place and even timezones of that place.
3: Maps can be used to show physical features, routes, climate conditions, resource availability, census records and many other fearures to have a miniature of big system.
Maps serve two map functions:
1: Map shows the basic distance between locations
2: Map also act as communication device as it tells the reader about the location and shape of object we are finding.
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