The four tools that mapmakers uses in order to help reader interpret information on maps are:
=> Direction - This is where they give the direction on the map. Where to find the North, South, East and West.
=> Legend – This is where they give symbols on a map in order to depict meaning of a certain object written in a Map
=> Title – This is the most essential feature of the map. The content of the title should also be measured regarding to the lettering used.
=> Diagram – This is where neatlines, locater maps, insert maps and index maps are indicated.
The best answer is C.
Mercator projection is a type of map projection invented and introduced by Gerardus Mercator in the year 1569. The meridians are equally spaced, parallel vertical lines and the parallels of latitude are parallel horizontal lines spaced farther apart as their distance from the equator increases.
This projection is widely used for navigation charts because any straight line on a Mercator- projection map is a line of constant true bearing that enables a navigator to plot a straight-line course.
It is often described as a cylindrical projection but it must be derived mathematically.
The answer is
C. Mercator Projection
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a. conic projection