Trenches were the lines of defense dug into the earth, particularly
Coordinates are 52:21:00N 4:52:00E latitude and longitude of Amsterdam : 52.374004,4.890359(Values are in decimal degrees)
The Laws of the Game do not restrict where players may be during the normal course of play. Any player is free to be positioned anywhere on the field.
Assuming that YOU were in either of those locations: Northern Argentina is closer to the equator. The latitude of the equator is zero. Latitudes increase as you move farther from the equator, both north and south. The northernmost point in Argentina is near 21.8° south latitude while the southern…
Latitude: 43°42′59.72″N Longitude: 79°20′26.47″W latitude and longitude of Toronto, Ontario, Canada : 43.652527,-79.381961latitude : 43.652527longitude : -79.381961(Values are in decimal degrees)
Latitude: 40°30′N to 45°1′N
Longitude: 71°51′W to 79°46′W
The intersection of Broadway and 42nd Street in
Manhattan is at coordinates
40° 45' 21" north latitude
73° 59' 11" west longitude
latitude and longitude of New York City:
latitude : 40.714623
longitude : -74.006605
Line that Seperates Earth into East and West
There is no standard set of "lines", and no standard distance
A 'line' can be drawn at any latitude, or not.
One degree of latitude represents about
111.1 km or 69 statute miles,
regardless of how many lines are or are not drawn in it.
The absolute location of Fiji is 18 degrees South latitude and 175 degrees East longitude.
The precise geographic location of Suva Nausori International Airport, located in Nandi, Fiji, is 18°02´37"S, 178°33´33"E
Or, in modern terms, the precise geographic location of Suva Na…
London is located at 51°30′28″N 00°07′41″W
London is in the south east of England just above kent.
The centre of London is Charing Cross, close to Trafalgar Square.
Latitude: 38°27′N to 39°50′N
Longitude: 75°3′W to 75°47′W
If you study Einstein's theory of relativity, you will learn that there are no absolute locations, only relative locations. In the case of Italy, it is in the south of Europe, just north of the Mediterranean Sea.
the Pacific, Arctic, and southern ocean
The Line of Demarcation was an imaginary line of longitude, moved slightly from the line drawn by Pope Alexander VI to divide new lands claimed by Portugal from those of Spain. This line was drawn in 1493 after Christopher Columbus returned from his maiden voyage to the Americas. Territorial dispute…
The named lines of latitude that run through South America are: - the Equator in northern South America - the Tropic of Capricorn in southern South America --- Assuming you are referring to lines of latitude and longitude, there are an infinite number of imaginary lines that are used to divide a…
There is an infinite number of possible longitudinal lines. But the total number of degrees is 360; 180 east and 180 west. There are 60 minutes in a degree and 60 seconds in the minute. How you sub-divide from there gives infinite possibilities.
There are usually 36 lines of longitude on the globe …
the prime meridian passes through Greenwich in London.
A topographic map would show elevations and contours.
Astrolabes can still be found in use today to measure the amount of
day light remaining or for general navigation. The Astrolabes was
replace by the easier to use Davis quadrant at the end of the 17th
No/MaybeWhile a Gyroball is thrown with a wrist action as a screwball, such that the spin looks similar, it is not exactly the same thing the same thing as a screwball. A good comparable would be the difference between a 2 seam sinking fastball and a shuuto pitch. These are achieved through similar …
Yes, but only the north-east corner. eg until just north of Valencia.
The longitudinal extent of India is 30 degrees. The sun rises in the east and sets in the west. It takes 4 minutes for the sun to move across 1 longitude. Thus the eastern most point of India would be 2 hours ahead of the western most point (30X4=120 minutes) , in accordance with the local time. Thi…
You can: See the Eiffel Tower, L'Arc de Triomphe, Notre Dame Cathedral, The Louvre museum, Versailles palace, the Garnier Opera House, the Catacombs, Tour Montparnasse, Musee d'Orsay, Tuileries Gardens ...and much more.
The Gulf of Mexico.
The latitude and longitude of the Epidaurus amphitheatre are: 37 degrees 39'59 N and 23 degrees 7'00E.
The Latitude and Longitude given are for the Headwaters (start) of the Yangtze River.
Northwest North America.
Japan's absolute location is 35.68 N and 139.76 E. Therefore, in
degrees of longitude, 137 E longitude best describes Japan's
I don't know why someone would completely not answer you. You asked about the 600ct correct? So to know about the AT really isn't much use to you. Yes it is the same as the Mossberg 500A!!!!! It was a model created for a store brand to identify which chain was selling the item. All parts and fubctio…
All of Hawaii is south of about 22.25° N, and the Florida Keys extend down to about 24.5° N.
The equator (0 degrees latitude), about 23 1/2 degrees north of the
Tropic of Capricorn, and 23 1/2 degrees south of the Tropic of
Latitude: 15°31′05″S Longitude: 71°45′55″W
The Yangtze River measures 6,380,000 metres in length.
England lies between 50 and 56 degrees North of the equator.
the lines that separated the north and the south were the border states If you mean the northern and southern states of USA then the Mason-Dixon line. The Mason-Dixon line is the wrong answer. Maryland was in the north but is below the Mason-Dixon line. Thus proving the answer incorrect. This line…
Latitude effects climate depending on how close you are to the equator. If you are close to the equator then the climate is warmer, if your farther away then it is colder, in general. The reason for this is that the closer you are to the equator, the more directly the sun's rays go through the Earth…
through the middle of the pacific ocean
The Greenwich Meridian (or prime meridian) was not discovered, it was invented/established. It was created to standardise navigation and also to establish relative time zones. It is called the Greenwich meridian only because it passes through the borough of London named Greenwich where the observat…
Hipparchus (190-120 BC), was perhaps the greatest of the Greek astronomers who devised a method of locating geographical positions by means of latitudes and longitudes. Also Ptolemy (2nd century A.D.) was a Greek astronomer and mathematician who lived and worked in Egypt. He wrote the book Geographi…
WHEN USING A MEDICATION cup to dispense something such as cough syrup, if you look closely at the dosages, you will see that a CC is EQUAL to an ML. Therefore 2ccs is equal to 2 mls.
Yes, the midfielder plays the whole field.
The speaker size 5x7 and 6x8 refers to the original speaker mountings in a automotive environment. Some car manufacturers use 5x7 speakers with corresponding mounting holes and 6x8 speakers just correspond respectively
Having worked as a car audio installer, I find that 5x7 speakers will fit in a 6x…
Because the Earth is sperical is shape.
They are imaginary lines running north to south from the poles on
Earth, e.g. the Prime Meridian. It can also be used to locate a
place on a map.
Think of the Pirate remark that," X marks the spot". Except when
looking at a map the X looks more like a + sign. Now think of one
state only, like Kan…
The prime meridian is the arbitrary zero (0) line of longitude. It extends from the North Pole to the South Pole through Greenwich, England. It divides the Earth's surface into the Eastern and Western Hemispheres. The zero line of latitude is a given, in the form of the equator. But for longitude, …
I believe the answer that you're looking for is Chennai, a city in southern India formerly known as Madras. The 2nd, 3rd, and 4th letters spell hen; the 4th and 5th letters are the same; and the 1st, 2nd, 7th, and 4th letters in that order spell chin.
The weather climate in Asia is cool. It's Mild. It has alot of winds. But then again in East Asia. It's really dry there. VERY HOT! But basicly the weather in Asia is Hot, or as we may say Mild.
Tashkent is the capital of Uzbekistan.
The key lines are latitude and longitude. These are based on specific points. The equator is the latitude around the center of the earth. Longitude is measured from the Prime Meridian, which goes through the Greenwich Observatory in England.
The Tropics and the Arctic/Antarctic Circle are also …
The Philippines is a country in South East Asia.It is an archipelago surrounded by water with 7,107 islands.
There is loads of land-marks and it is known as the capital of France There is loads of land-marks and it is known as the capital of FranceThere is loads of land-marks and it is known as the capital of FranceThere is loads of land-marks and it is known as the capital of FranceThere is loads of land-…
Absolute Location is the specific location of a place. (adding things like, country, city etc..)Absolute location is something of a misnomer as a location is always given relative to something or somewhere else.
The horizontal distance. Points of latitude and longitude can't account for elevation.
DEXRON III can be used as a temporary replacement if you're just topping off the transmission, but should not be used as regular fill, and definitely not for a complete drain and refill. The DEXRON III is slightly thicker than the ATF-Z1, and also does not have the special additives that the OE Hond…
it's part of the navel museum in mount pleasant sc. lat. 32.790383 long.79.908217You idiot... You gave the latitude and longitude of the museum in South Carolina, not the site of the Yorktown (CV5).
The capital city of Armenia is Yerevan, which is situated on the Hrazdan river and on the Araratian plain.Yerevan is the capital city of Armenia and it is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in the world.
21 degrees north
Latitude is the angular degrees north or south from the equator for
a location on the surface of the earth. The equator is 0°, while
the north and south poles are ±90°. latitude is often depicted on
globes as lines parallel to the equator, usually in increments of
Or distance north or sou…
You will be in Atlantic Ocean, about 380 miles (611 kilometers) south of Ghana and 670 miles (1078 km) west of Gabon.
Swimming off the west coast of Africa.
Latitude: 43°30′N to 49°23′N
Longitude: 89°29′W to 97°14′W
Your current latitude affects ambient air temperature because latitude determines your distance on Earth between the Earth's poles and the Earth's equator. The closer you are to the North or South Pole (e.g.: the higher your latitude), the cooler the ground and ambient air will be because there is …
On some yes, on others no.
Latitude lines are lines that run East and West on any map!
the international date line was called International date line because it is a line that cut the globle into two that is W and E. Answer: When travellers first circumnavigated the world they found that they had "added" a day to their logs (Everybody at home thought it was Sunday when their logs said…
39 degrees north n 116 degrees east
All meridians of longitude pass through the equator.
Latitude: 18°96′50′′N Longitude: 72°82′53′′E
The equator is an imaginary line halfway between the North Pole and
the South Pole.The equator is the most important line of latitude goes round the world at its widest point is 40,075 km long & divides the world into southern & northern hemisphere.====Answer #2:Find a point on your globe th…
36º 77' n, 3º 04' e
The prime meridian, 0° longitude, passes through the old Greenwich Observatory.
Answer Answer is not possible without morThe distance will be greatest at the equator and deminish the further away from the equator you get( or the closer you get to the North or South Pole ). Any answer to this question would be dependent upon the exact latitude.
location of texas
42 degrees 0' 53.11" N
89 degrees 19' 56.38" W
the absolute location of Tennessee is 35 degrees west and 85
length is 2510 km and depth varies from 20-21 meter
The equator represents the zero degree latitute
Latitude and longitude form an (imaginary) grid of lines on the Earth's surface, and enable the identification of any point by its geographic coordinates. Latitude lines are circles around the globe connecting points that are the same distance from the equator (which is a latitude line itself, 0°)…
The equator, an imaginary line at 0° latitude,
divides the planet into northern and
southern hemispheres. It also marks the greatest circumference of
In general, any "Great Circle" on the Earth's surface divides it
into two equal areas.
Only if you head in an Easterly direction.
That would appear to be Great Salt Lake in Utah.
the area between north America and south America
i belive the city relative north if the equator is where lake of the sea i dont know really im still trying to figure it out
The Prime Meridian based on Greenwich, England, is at 0 degrees
all other meridians are "X" degrees east or west of it. The Prime
established for navigation and is the basis on which International
time is kept.
The Prime Meridian joins the North and South Poles, and pas…
In geography, temperate or middle latitudes of the globe lie between the tropics and the polar regions. The north temperate zone extends from the Tropic of Cancer (at about 23.5 degrees north latitude) to the Arctic Circle (at approximately 66.5 degrees north latitude). The south temperate zone exte…
because its absolute location is near the equator or tropical region so the climate is hot.
The longitude of the prime meridian is 0 degrees.
180 degrees. A complete circle is 360 degrees, and the North Pole and South Pole are a half-circle away from each other.
China is a big country: Approximate latitude: 18°15′N to 53°30′N Approximate longitude: 74°E to 134°30′°ECoordinates of its capital, Beijing:Latitude: 39°54′50″N Longitude: 116°23′30″E I LIVE in China
The latitude and longitude of China is:
35° 0' 0" N / 105° 0…
The distance would be variable. The earth is a sphere, and the Prime Meridian is a point that was arbitrarily given the start point 0 degrees longitude. That point runs through Greenwitch, England and approximatly through the center of Paris where it is called the Rose Line. This is a nor…
They named the prime meridian, Prime Meridian because a Meridian is a line that goes in the center of something. and prime is something that is always going to be there.
The equator is an imaginary line that divides the Earth into the
Northern Hemisphere and Southern Hemisphere. Its length is about
24,901.5 miles (40,075 kilometers). The line crosses the continents
of South America and Africa, as well as a number of islands, and
runs through 14 countries, including …
The Prime Meridian.
An equator is the intersection of a sphere's surface with the plane
perpendicular to the sphere's axis of rotation and midway between
"Equator" commonly refers to the Earth's equator: an imaginary line
on the Earth's surface, equidistant from the North and South Poles,
dividing the …
The equator IS a line of latitude. It is zero degrees latitude. It "cuts" across the lines of longitude that run from pole to pole. Here is a mnemonic that will help you remember: A ladder has rungs that you step up onto. The rungs are parallel to the earth. Think Ladder--- ladda-- lat…
No it's not. You may be confusing 1204x720 for 1280x720, which is 720p and is a much higher picture quality than 480p. 480p is 852x480. Also 480p is a much smaller file size usually averaging 180MB for 45 minutes whereas 720p would be nearly 1GB.
The Prime Meridian based on Greenwich, England, is at 0 degrees longitude and all other meridians are "X" degrees east or west of it. The Prime Meridian was established for navigation and is the basis on which International time is kept.The International Date line is on the opposite side of the Eart…
yes it is north of the equator. it is also very warm there in england.
Additional nswerDepends what you mean by warm. The average temperature in England is a lot less than in countries near the Equator, but much much, more than at the Poles.
The equator passes through South America and Africa, and through Asia in Indonesia.
Relative location must be expressed relative to something else. For
example, Chicago is located on the west side of Lake Michigan.