they are called longitude
The lines that run north to south on a globe or map are called the lines of longitude. The east/west lines are lines of latitude.
The imaginary lines that run north and south are called latitude and longitude.
Lines of Longitude from West to East are Lines of Latitude
longitudinal lines run north/south; Latitudinal lines run east/west
The lines that run north and south are called Meridians or lines of longitude. These lines are used to determine how far away a place is in degrees not miles.
its called side lines
latatude lines run east and west but measure north and south, longitude lines run north and south but measure east and west
lines of longatude, your welcome!
Imaginary lines that run north to south are known as lines of longitude. Longitude lines are the imaginary lines running through the Earth between the North and South Poles. They are arbitrary and used for reference so everyone can know where they are in the world. The lines running north and south are called "meridians" or "lines of longitude."
longitudes or meridians
These imaginary lines are called lines of latitude.
They are lines of Longitude, and run vertically from the North to the South Poles.
Lines of longitude run north-south on a map.
The lines that run North-South on the earth and end at the two poles are called the meridians of constant Longitude.
latitude. longitude is east to west.
Those are the meridians of constant longitude.
The lines that run north and south on a map or globe are meridians of constant longitude.
The lines that run north and south "or long ways" are longitude lines. East and west are latitude lines.
The East-West lines are called lines of Latitude . The North-South lines are Longitude.
Lines that run north and south are called meridians of Longitude.They mark angles east and west of the prime meridian.Lines that run east and west are called parallels of Latitude.They mark angles and distances north and south of the equator.
The lines on a globe that run north and south are called lines of longitude, or meridians. They measure distance east or west from the arbitrary Prime Meridian or Greenwich Meridian, established as 0° longitude.