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Absolute Location - Latitude/Longitude

Longitude Lines are also known as.... Meridians
Lines on a map that go North/South are called... Longitude Lines
Lines on a map that go East/West are called... Latitude Lines
Another name for Latitude Lines is... Parallels
How many degrees is the equator? 0 degrees
Which line do you label on the map as the Equator? You label the MAIN East/West line on a map as the Equator
How many degrees is the Prime Meridian? 0 degrees
Which line on a map do you label as the Prime Meridian? You label the MAIN North/South line as the Prime Meridian
I am 35 North, 115 East. Where am I?
I am 65 South, 30 East. Where am I?
I am 0 South, 70 West. Where am I?
I am 20 North, 60 West. Where am I?
There's nothing better than cold weather! Should you move to 95 N/10 E or 7 N/ 81 E? 95 N/ 10 E
What are PROJECTIONS? Projections show the curved surface of the earth on a flat map
Created by: MissAlbert