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Cadie Largent L and L

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Cadie Largent L and L
Longitude and Latitude
The longitude line is the line that goes vertical or up and down on a coordinate plane.You find the longitude line on the top and bottom, or West and East.The latitude line goes horizontal or side to side on a coordinate plane.
Longitude
Longitude is second number you look at for a coordinate. It is the vertical line on a map. It is the North or South coordinate.
Welcome To The World Of Longitude and Latitude
Latitude
Latitude is the first number you look at for a coordinate. It is the Horizontal line on a map. It is also the West or East coordinate.
These are lines on a map to help find the coordinates of two numbers.
Think what the answer is in your head...
The answer is 2N,3E



If you didn't get that answer, this how you should have done it.
When you look at the coordinate plane, you first look at the Latitude lines, horizontal or North and South.



N
S
W
E
Then you look at the longitude lines, vertical or West and East.
After you do that you follow the lines until you have found your coordinate.
How to find North and south with an equator is find the 0 degrees line that is going horizontal. North is always above that 0 degrees line, South is always below the 0 degrees line.

Time to talk about the equator!
Here's a question.
What is this coordinate?
The answer is 45N, 60E
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