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If you don’t know something, what do you do? You ask questions. You try to find out. If you want to know what shape Australia is, where would you look? There are a few sources of information. You might look at maps, or look in books or atlases, or look at a globe, or look on the internet. How many people live in Japan? Where would you look to find out? Let’s look at different sources of information we can use to answer questions in geography.
Books and maps can both help us to answer questions about geography. What else can we use? Let's see!
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