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6th grade History

Geography Parallels and Meridians study guide

Which imaginary line divides the earth into south and north latitude? What is its location? Equator. 0 degrees latitude
Which imaginary line divides the earth into East and West longitude? What is its location? Prime Meridian. 0 degrees longitude
What is another name for lines of latitude? Parallels
Do latitude lines run north - south or east -west Directions? North and South direction
Write 3 facts about meridians? Lines of longitude, measures distance east and west, Prime Meridian is 0 degrees.
Lines of latitude are also called parallels. Why? They never meet.
Lines of longitude are not parallel to each other. Why? They meet at the North and South Poles.
Created by: amygerman