What city in England is located at approximately one degrees west and fifty four degrees north?
Those coordinates are within the town of "Stockton on the Forest", northeast of York.
+70 degrees latitude (north) and +50 degrees longitude (east) is located in the Northern sea, north of the Russian coast, just a ways from Severnyj. +70 degrees (north) and -50 degrees (west) is on the west coast of Greenland. -70 degrees (south) and +50 degrees (east) puts you in Antarctica. -70 degrees (south) and -50 degrees (west) is in the Weddell sea off the coast of Antarctica.
Fifty grams of water cooled from 50 degrees to 10 degrees if the specific heat of wayer is 4.2 hoe much was released?
The Bank of England Fifty Pound note will not be going out of circulation. The new Bank of England Fifty Pound note featuring Matthew Boulton and James Watt was issued for circulation on the 2nd of November, 2011. The Bank of England Fifty Pound note it replaces featuring Sir John Houblon will be withdrawn from circulation and demonetised after a publicity campaign by the Bank of England in due course.
The slogan was actually "fifty four forty or fight". It referred to the boundary line between the US and Canada in the Pacific Northwest; "fifty four forty" means 54 degrees 40 minutes North latitude. It should be noted that this line is well north of the eventually agreed-upon border of (for the most part) 49 degrees North latitude, and indeed is approximately latitude of the southernmost tip of Alaska, meaning Canada would have effectively not…
A new Bank of England Fifty Pound note featuring Matthew Boulton and James Watt was issued into circulation on the 2nd of November, 2011. The older style Bank of England Fifty Pound note featuring Sir John Houblon will be progressively withdrawn from circulation at a date to be advised after a public announcement from the Bank of England.
The first Bank of England Fifty Pound note was issued in 1725. It was white and printed only on one side, with no pictures. The first Bank of England Fifty Pound note (Series D) with a picture on it was first issued in 1981 and featured Sir Christopher Wren (architect) on the reverse. The current Bank of England Fifty Pound note (Series E) was issued in 1994 and features Queen Elizabeth II on the front…