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Ch 2: Geography: Homework Help

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The Geography chapter of this High School World History Homework Help course helps students complete their geography homework and earn better grades. This homework help resource uses simple and fun videos that are about five minutes long.

How it works:

  • Identify which concepts are covered on your geography homework.
  • Find videos on those topics within this chapter.
  • Watch fun videos, pausing and reviewing as needed.
  • Complete sample problems and get instant feedback.
  • Finish your geography homework with ease!

Topics from your homework you'll be able to complete:

  • Map projection
  • Types of maps
  • Equator and Prime Meridian
  • Time zones
  • Climate change factors
  • Population distribution
  • Factors that affect population distribution

19 Lessons in Chapter 2: Geography: Homework Help
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
What Is Topography and How Is Topography Reshaped?

1. What Is Topography and How Is Topography Reshaped?

The topography, or surface of the Earth, is constantly changing shape due to many powerful forces. In this lesson, we will learn about some of the amazing changes that occur on Earth due to the processes of weathering, erosion, and deposition.

What is Geography? - Definition, Facts & Types

2. What is Geography? - Definition, Facts & Types

This lesson will define and explore the study of geography. In doing this, it will also explain the two main branches of geography, which are physical and cultural geography.

Map Projections: Mercator, Gnomonic & Conic

3. Map Projections: Mercator, Gnomonic & Conic

This lesson will explain and illustrate the Mercator, gnomonic, and conic map projections. In doing this, it will highlight the strengths and flaws of each while also defining the term 'cartographer'.

Types of Maps: Population, Topographic, Weather, Political & World Maps

4. Types of Maps: Population, Topographic, Weather, Political & World Maps

This lesson will explain the different types of maps used to interpret and study our world. In doing this, it will focus on maps that deal in elevation, population, weather patterns and more.

Geographic Coordinates: Latitude, Longitude & Elevation

5. Geographic Coordinates: Latitude, Longitude & Elevation

This lesson will seek to explain the geographic coordinate system. In doing so, it will explain latitude and longitude. It will also highlight the equator, the prime meridian, and the concept of elevation.

US Time Zones: Pacific, Mountain, Central & Eastern

6. US Time Zones: Pacific, Mountain, Central & Eastern

This lesson will explain and show the four major time zones of the United States. It will also highlight the work of Fleming, the Standard Time Act of 1918, and daylight saving time.

Population Distribution: Rural vs. Urban Areas

7. Population Distribution: Rural vs. Urban Areas

The distribution of people varies depending in the type of location. In this lesson, we will explore how people are distributed between rural and urban areas and how these populations have changed over time.

Population Distribution Factors: Job Availability, Quality of Life & Ethnicity

8. Population Distribution Factors: Job Availability, Quality of Life & Ethnicity

This lesson will discuss population distribution and the factors that affect it. It will specifically highlight quality of life, job availability, and ethnicity, while also defining the terms 'sparse' and 'dense.'

Factors Involved in Climate Change

9. Factors Involved in Climate Change

Our Earth's climate has changed many times in her 4.5 billion year lifetime. Discover the multiple factors that influence these changes and test your understanding with a short quiz.

Geography and Climate: Effects on Civilizations

10. Geography and Climate: Effects on Civilizations

In this lesson, we will look at the relationship between geography, climate, and civilization. We will learn why civilizations develop in particular regions and how this leads to lifestyle and cultural differences.

What is Cartography? - Definition & History

11. What is Cartography? - Definition & History

It's hard to imagine how difficult our lives would be without maps. Even something as simple as locating a store in a shopping mall is made easier by referring to a map. In this lesson, we'll discuss cartography.

What is a Map Scale? - Definition, Types & Examples

12. What is a Map Scale? - Definition, Types & Examples

Although incredibly useful, maps would have no meaning without a set of symbols and rules by which to read them. In this lesson, you will learn about map scale, the different types of scales, and a few examples of how they work.

South Korea: History, Facts & Culture

13. South Korea: History, Facts & Culture

South Korea is one of the wealthiest countries in the world, despite its small size. In this lesson, learn about South Korea's cultural roots, history, and important facts.

South America: Countries & Facts

14. South America: Countries & Facts

Home to the Amazon rainforest, Inca ruins tucked high in the Andes Mountains, and cobble-stoned Spanish colonial towns, South America is a fascinating continent. Read on to discover the complex history and memorable facts of the world's fourth largest continent!

Equator: Definition & Overview

15. Equator: Definition & Overview

Read this lesson to learn about the location of the equator, climate near the equator, and daylight at the equator for planet Earth. In addition, learn that other objects in the universe have equators too.

South Africa: History, Facts & Cultures

16. South Africa: History, Facts & Cultures

South Africa has a long and complicated history that has a major impact on the nation today. In this lesson, we're going to explore the history of South Africa and see how that defined the population who call this region home.

What is a Convex Polygon? - Definition & Examples

17. What is a Convex Polygon? - Definition & Examples

In this lesson, you'll learn what polygons are and what makes convex polygons different from concave polygons. Then, you can test your new knowledge with a brief quiz.

What is Center of Gravity? - Definition, Equation & Examples

18. What is Center of Gravity? - Definition, Equation & Examples

Understand the meaning of the center of gravity (CG) and its effect on the stability of an object. Learn how to calculate the CG of different systems of objects with a series of examples.

X-Intercept: Definition & Overview

19. X-Intercept: Definition & Overview

In this lesson, you'll learn the definition of the x-intercept, the point in a graph where a line crosses the x-axis. We'll discuss how to find the x-intercept and look at a few examples of x-intercepts.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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