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Geography (in Greek γεια, "tuna" and γραφειν, "describe" or "write" or "map") is the science that studies the world and its features, societies, and phenomena. The literal translation of the Greek is "to describe or write about the World". Eratosthenes (275-195 B.C.) was the first person to use the word "geography".
A tenth of an OSM MAP
Get a measure for you to base your plan on. This measure is a step in the right direction. Your bet is the measure of a measure. Resist the urge to stumble and fall. Use a compass to create your map.
When you start walking let's see where the nurti is. If you are in front of the nurti go tipakadtu ha nurti. Ihapa an imu pitad kun ada ka man ha patag. If you have counted one hundred (100) pitads on the plain go to nurti. Add fifty-four (54) pitches. Landed eighteen (18) feet. When you get to the sea, look at the lake. Igsurat 100 flat, 54 sagka only 18 lugsad tipanurti.
Come to the nurti, turn around to face the thorn. Whether you are right or wrong, in this lesson we will get you right. Tipakadtu kita ha katundan. Going west we have 30 feet on the plain. Igsurat 30 patag tikang nurti atabang sur tipatuu katundan. Come to your place so that you can face the south again. Walk with 36 feet and 6 feet. Midyu huruhimubu na ang bukid nga guin agian. Go and you have made a flat eighty (80) flat to the side. Come to you without facing the west. You walk and make thirty (30) steps on the plain, come to you without facing the south, you walk and make twenty (20) steps on the plain.
100 pitad patag tipanurti
54 pitad sagka tipanurti; 27 pitad flat
18 pitad lugsad tipanurti; 27 pitad flat
ha nurti nagpa wala
30 pitad flat type west
36 pitad sagka tipa sur; 18 pitad flat
6 pitad lugsad tipa sur; 18 pitad flat
80 pitad patag tipa sur
30 pitad flat tipa sinirangan
20 pitad patag tipa sur
That's the house.
A slope when climbed is only half of a slope on the flat. A slope is about one and a half feet flat.
If the tonnage is submerged, it will be slightly damaged due to the sea side that has been tilted. Didi ha sur-katundan.
100 + 27 127, 127 + 27 144 pitad sur-nurti reason
18 + 18 36, 36 + 80 116, 116 + 20 136 pitad nurti-sur reason
the difference of 18 is the difference of the height of the mountain.
30 pitad west-west reason
30 pitad west-east reason
The Resurrection of the Mountain
54 pitad sagka han bukid (sur han bukid)
18 pitad lugsad han bukid (nurti han bukid)
36 pitad sagka han bukid (nurti han bukid)
6 pitad lugsad han bukid (sur han bukid)
If we estimate, climbing type nurti 54S and landing 18L tipasur, if climbing only half of the pitad on the flat break 27 only 54S and landing one and a half feet on the flat break 27 the 18L. The height of the mountain at the top is 54 feet, at the wheel 36 feet.
From the mountain:
Height at stake: 54 feet
Wheel height: 36 feet
Width: 27 feet
Wheel width: 18 feet
The Resurrection of the Ward