The Full Wiki

Western Hemisphere: Quiz


Question 1: The Prime Meridian at 0° longitude is typically used, which runs through Greenwich; this is used to define the ________ (or End Meridian) on the other side of the Earth at 180° longitude.
12-hour clockTime zoneInternational Date LineGregorian calendar

Question 2: The Western Hemisphere, also Western hemisphere[1] or western hemisphere,[2] is a geographical term for the half of the ________ that lies west of the Prime Meridian (which crosses Greenwich in London, England, United Kingdom), the other half being the eastern hemisphere.

Question 3: [4] Western hemisphere is sometimes used as an equivalent for the geopolitical construct, the Western world, which typically includes the Americas, Europe, ________ and New Zealand.
BarbadosUnited KingdomCanadaAustralia

Question 4: The two major regions of ________ are named after their positions mainly within a single hemisphere; West Antarctica is named for the Western Hemisphere.
AntarcticaDesertAtacama DesertKalahari Desert

Question 5: Below is a list of the countries which are in both the Western and Eastern hemispheres on the ________, in order from north to south:
1st meridian east1st meridian westPrime Meridian5th meridian west

Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address