The direction you would travel to go from the South Pole to anywhere is north! But if you kept going due north along the 140 degrees east meridian, you'd hit Australia.
Your travel direction from Chicago, Illinois to Republic of India is North (16 degrees from North).
Going from 40 degrees north to 40 degrees north isn't going north or south, it's standing still, because you don't head north and you don't head south when you're just standing there.
The only direction possible is south from the north pole. You can only travel South from the North Pole.
North Dakota is north of Colorado, so if going a straight way, you would be going north. But it usually depends on what interstates and/or freeways you are taking. The exact direction of travel is 19 degrees E of true North.
Going from 36 degrees north to 36 degrees north isn't going north or south, it's standing still, because you don't head north and you don't head south when you're just standing there.
You would travel north to accomplish this trip.
Easy. When you want to travel ANYWHERE from the North Pole, you will be going south.
You're travelling north !
You would be traveling North.The exact direction is 2 degrees East of true North.
You would be traveling North.The exact direction is 2 degrees East of true North.Backspace
"You are at the North Pole facing ENE on a heading of 78 degrees." This is incorrect. 0 degrees north is the same as 0 degrees south, which is the equator. latitude increases as you travel away from the equator. Additionaly, if you are at the true north pole, you cannot travel in any direction other than south, so your heading will always be S, no matter what direction you face. At 0 degrees North, and 78 Degrees West, you are located just outside the city of Quito, Ecuador.
North west =-]
From Denver, you would travel north-northeast (NNE) to go to Bismarck, North Dakota.
You would travel north east
If you were travling from North America to Europe you would go North-East.
East southeast. 96 degrees East of true North. (There are 360 degrees in a circle).
If you travel toward the north pole the direction that your facing is
You would be going northwest to go from Madison, Wisconsin to Bismarck, North Dakota.(the direction is slightly west of due northwest)
The straight line between these two point has has a direction of "west north west". On a compass it is approximately 67 degrees to the west of north.
141 degrees West of true North.