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Shawn Bennett L and L

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Shawn Groves

on 20 October 2017

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Transcript of Shawn Bennett L and L

Shawn

Bennett
L

and

L

Welcome to the wonderful world of longitude and latitude
latitude
- lines go
- horizontal
- numbers found on map sides (right or left)
- north or south of the equator

- always goes first when doing coordinates
Longitude
- lines go
- vertical

- numbers found on top or bottom
- east or west of the Prime Meridian
- lines all ways go second
First you would count up 3 lines
coordinate= (3,5)
1
1
0
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9
10
10
Then you would go over 5 lines
this is what the coordinate (3,5)
You would do the same thing with a regular grid but you would follow the lines because on a map grid the lines is curvy
coordinate= (45) , (120)
The equator is the part in the middle of the earth
It divides the north and the south
The north is on the top of the equator
The south is on the bottom of the equator
Coordnate= (30 North) , (50 West)
The Prime Merdin divides the East and the West
The East is on Left side of the Prime Mirdin
The West is on the right side of the Prime Mirdin
Coordinate: (40 North) , (100 East)
You would use longitude and laugitude
North
East
West
South
There is 4 quadrents
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THE BEST
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