1. What does GIS do with the different types of data?
- Stores them as aspatial data with the co-ordinate system
- Stores them as spatial data in attribute tables
- Stores them as entities
- Stores them in the table of contents
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2. What is an issue of non coordinate systems?
- Does not initially locate a specific point
- Identifies locations of small areas
- Useful for those with a computer system
- Specific for certain analysis techniques
- Point can be found by conversion to centroid
3. How did Eratosthenes calculate the circumference of the earth and provide evidence that Plato and Aristotle did not provide?
- Estimated it was 15,000 miles by analysing the tides pattern
- Used angles of sunrays during winter and found it was 30,000 miles
- Used angles of sunrays at the summer soltice and found it was 25,000 miles
- Used angles of glow from the moon and found it was 5,000 miles
4. Whose separate voyages which initially rejected the idea of flat earth?
- Columbus' voyage to the west indies in 1400's and Magellan circumnavigating the earth in 1500's
- Newtons discovery that the earth is oblate due to the gravity and spin of earth
- France's expedition to measure the North South curve of Earth at the equator to prove it was prolate
- English expedition to Lapland which confirmed it was an oblate sphere
5. Which statement is incorrect about the simply proximity analysis of buffers?
- Questions of proximity can be continuous and these require complex interpolation
- Questions of proximity can be ranked and can be analysed through buffer extraction
- Waldo Toblers law of geography supports it 'near things are more related to each other'
- Questions of proximity can be discrete and can be analysed through buffer analysis
- Calculate proximity of entities