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- Identify the three fundamental dimensionalities used to represent points, lines, and areas
- Describe the data models used to encode coordinates as points, lines, or polygons
- Critique the assumptions that are made in representing the world as points, lines, and polygons
- Evaluate the correspondence between geographic phenomena and the shapes used to represent them