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What lines run east an west around Earth? Latitude lines.
what is a global grid? A pattern of crossed lines that allows you to identify any locations on Earth.
What are parallel lines? Lines that are that will never meet because they are the same distance apart.
what is the meridian? a imaginary line that separates the north and the south equator.
what is another word for latitude? Parallel
what are longitude lines? Line that run north and south around our Earth.
What is another word for longitude? Meridian
what are Hemispheres? halves of the Earth.
what is the Tropic of Cancer? The bottom half of the Earth.
what is the top part of the Earth? The Tropic of Capricorn.
what is the Arctic Circle? The Arctic Circle is north of 66.5 N latitude.
What are frigid zones? Frigid zones are the zones North and South of the Arctic Circle.
What are temperate zones? Temperate zones are the parts of Earth that are Between the Arctic Circle, the Tropic of Capricorn , and the Tropic of Cancer.
what two lines form the global grid? Latitude and Longitude.
what is the Axis? The imaginary line between the north and south pole.
What is an economy? An economy is the system that a community uses to produce and distribute goods and services.
What is a civilization? A civilization is a complex society that has cities, a well organized government, and workers with specialized job skills.
what is a resource? Resources
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