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Cambridge IGCSE *1697299350* GEOGRAPHY 0460/22 Paper 2 Geographical Skills May/June 2020 1 hour 30 minutes You must answer on the question paper. Paper 2 - This is a skills based 1hr 30 minute examination that tests your map skills, photo interpretation and graph interpretation using the topics we study at iGCSE as the focus. %PDF-1.7 %����

Write in dark blue or black pen. eg. The scale of the map extract used in the examination was 2 centimetres is equal to one kilometre. This means that 1 cm on the map is 0.25km or 0.5 km respectively. For example, the four figure grid reference of point U would be 1314. Scheduled: Your Revision Timetable for Cramming. As a statement: e.g. Bar charts show data by category. /MediaBox [ 0 0 595.22 842 ] READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS FIRST Write your Centre number, candidate number and name in the spaces provided. Cambridge Assessment International Education, Find out how to become a Cambridge school. << Write in dark blue or black pen. You may be asked to describe the location of one feature in terms of another by giving basic directions.

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ie. h���+�[email protected]�. Bottom left (of the square you are referring to). Then apply RISE OVER RUN: A large part of paper 2 is based on interpretation of the map using the legend and other information that has been provided.

Using information from the map extract, draw a line in Fig. land uses eg.

18 is the easting value and 44 is the northing value. Just in case a square is not a cm: find the length of a square and the distance of the point from the two-digit easting or northing. Contour lines can also be used to recognise geographical features. Categories are displayed on the x-axis, while the dependent variable (numerical) is displayed on the y-axis. ), characteristics of a feature ( broad, flat, etc. industrial, commercial, agricultural, functions of an area eg. Please be advised that the survey maps for 0460/02 IGCSE Geography November 2010 are not available at this time due to copyright restrictions. /ExtGState << %PDF-1.4 Write in dark blue or black pen. H���}lS��Ͻ�=;! Convert cm to metres or kilometres. (i) Measure the distance along the motorway from the north edge of the map to the south edge of the map. >> 0000058465 00000 n As bearings are not usually exactly one of these values, use a protractor to measure the angle and then convert it into bearing format. /Type /Page *A�;0(�C��l�3�@e���Z|�XX�W�

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