If the contour interval of a map is doubled, how many contour lines are needed to show the same increase in elevation?
A.
half as many
B.
twice as many
C.
the same number

If the contour interval of a map is doubled, how many contour lines are needed to show the same increase in elevation?
A.
half as many
B.
twice as many
C.
the same number

If the contour interval of a map is doubled, how many contour lines are needed to show the same increase in elevation? A. half as many B. twice as many C. the same number

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User:
If the contour interval of a map is doubled, how many contour lines are needed to show the same increase in elevation?
A.
half as many
B.
twice as many
C.
the same number

Weegy: If the contour interval of a map is doubled, how many contour lines are needed to show the same increase in elevation twice as many. Expert answered|jeifunk|Points 8562|

If the contour interval of a map is doubled, HALF AS MANY contour lines are needed to show the same increase in elevation. If the interval is 100m, you need 6 lines to show 600m; if the interval is 200m, you only need 3.

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