## What is the contour interval taken in the map?

A contour line is a line drawn on a topographic map to indicate ground elevation or depression. A contour interval is the vertical distance or difference in elevation between contour lines. Index contours are bold or thicker lines that appear at every fifth contour line.

## How is a hilltop represented?

A hilltop is represented by a closed circle.

## How do you determine which line is steeper?

When you look at the two lines, you can see that the blue line is steeper than the red line. It makes sense the value of the slope of the blue line, 4, is greater than the value of the slope of the red line, . The greater the slope, the steeper the line. The next example shows a line with a negative slope.

## How steep is a 10% incline?

Different symbol different meaning. the percent is rise / run * 100. Although you have it completely backwards 10% is steep and 10 degree angle is even steeper about 19%….How steep is a 10 percent slope?

10° 1 : 5.67 17.6%
14.04° 1 : 4 25%
15° 1 : 3.73 26.8%

## What is the best incline to run on a treadmill?

Set the treadmill incline between 1 percent and 2 percent. Since there’s no wind resistance indoors, a gentle uphill better simulates outdoor running

## How long should I stay on the treadmill each day?

Whether you’re looking to lose weight, improve heart health or boost your mood, walking on a treadmill can be an effective way to reach your goals. Just 30 minutes a day is a good place to start, but in time you might find yourself wanting to walk even more

## Can you walk too much on a treadmill?

How much treadmill walking is too much. There’s really no such thing as too much, if you enjoy your walking and you’re matching or exceeding the government recommendations then continue if you want to. These recommendations give “important health benefits” so you’re doing yourself good.