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because the robinson projection is more stronger and has more people than the mercator projection. this is also the right answer to. you see i grew up in a small town where yopu have to be right about everything.

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Q: What is the advantage of a Robinson projection over a mercator projection?
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What is the advantage of Robinson projection over a mercator projection?

because the robinson projection is more stronger and has more people than the mercator projection. this is also the right answer to. you see i grew up in a small town where yopu have to be right about everything.


How do Mercator and Robinson projections differ?

yes ,Mercator Robinson and conic projections differ because Mercator Robinson is not true it`s Mercator projection . Mercator projections are the grid is rectangular and lines of latitude and longitude are all parallel. conic projections are a map projections of the globe onto a cone with its points over one of the earth`s poles


How do Mercator Robinson and Conic projections differ?

Mercator and conic projections are different because conic projections have a cone/triangle shape and they are the same because both are type of maps..... I know really bad answer but I hope this helped


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What advantage does first angle orthographic projection have over third angle orthographic projection?

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What advantage does an azimuthal map projection have over a cylindrical map projection?

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What advantages does an 120 inch projection screen have over a 120 inch LCD screen?

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What are the advantages of third angle projection over the first angle projection?

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What are the pros and cons of Robinson projection?

The only realy accurate representation of the spherical Earth is a spherical globe, but you can't fold up a globe and put it in your backpack or briefcase. In order to make flat maps, we use various "projections". Imagine the globe as transparent, with a light bulb in the center. Hold a sheet of flat paper touching the map at one point or line, and let the light streaming out make your map. Trying to make a flat map that represents a spherical Earth, therefore, involves some compromises and inaccuracies. The classical "Mercator" projection map is a rolled-up cylinder of paper touching the Earth at the equator, and represents the equatorial areas pretty well, and allows you to view the lines of longitude as "straight". But when you get into polar areas, the distortion becomes pretty bad. For example, a Mercator projection of the Earth shows Greenland as larger than South America, which isn't even close. The Robinson projection "squeezes" the polar areas so that they aren't too bad, and does a pretty good job with the tropical and mid-latitude areas as well. There's still some distortion, but it isn't as bad, but the longitude lines are displayed as curves. Which is correct, but sometimes difficult to measure. But in many cases, it's the best compromise. Maps of smaller areas use what's known as a "conic" projection to achieve pretty good accuracy over the whole map. But you can't use conic projections to display large areas, such as continents. Some cartographers use a "peeled orange" technique, which does a good job of depicting larger areas, at the expense of having to figure out exactly where the orange rinds go together.


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