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Case Parsons L&L

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Shawn Groves

on 24 February 2018

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Case Parsons L and L
Latitude lines are the lines that are side to side horizontal. The numbers for the latitude lines are always on the sides of the map. Latitude lines are always the first lines that you look for in a coordinate. It is either on the north or the south of the equator.
Longitude lines are up and down or vertical. The lines are either on the top or the bottom. Longitude lines are always the second number of the coordinate that you look for. It is either on the East or West of the prime meridian.

10N 10E
10S 30E

On the top part of the Equator
On the bottom of the Equator
to the left of the prime meridian
Right of the prime meridian
Niger 15N 10E
One of the most common problems that people have is that they don't curve the lines when they try to find a city of landmark on a world or country map.
1. Which way does the equator go?
Answer: It goes side to side.
2. Which way does the prime meridian go?
Answer: It goes up and down.
3. Which line involves with north and south?
Answer: It is the equator.
4.What do you have to do with the lines with a country or world map?
Answer: You have to curve with the lines.
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