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What lines run east and west around the Earth? Latitude lines
What are two lines called that are always parallel, or the same distance apart? parallels
What lines run north and south around the Earth? longitude lines
What is another word for longitude? meridians
When used together, latitude and longitude form a pattern or crossed lines called what? global grid
In the Northern hemisphere, at about latitude 23 degrees N, what is the tropic called? tropic of cancer
South of the equator, at about latitude 23 degrees S, what is the tropic called? tropic of capricorn
The section of Earth between the tropic of cancer and the tropic of capricorn is known as what zone?` tropical zone
What is another word for tropical zone? torrid zone
In the Northern hemisphere, north of 66.5 degrees
Created by: mercadoisaac7