The Mason-Dixon Line.
The imaginary line that divides the earth into south and north is the equator.
The equator divides the Earth North to South.
The equator divides the North and South Poles.
The Equator is an imaginary line that divides the north form the south.
the 38th paralel
The equator is the demarcation between north and south latitudes.There is no such thing as north or south longitudes.
The prime meridian......
it's the 17th parallel
The 38th parallel
Masion Dixion Line
The equator is an imaginary line that divides the North and South Hemispheres
The equator divides the earth between the Northern Hemisphere and the Southern Hemisphere
If you are talking about the line that separates the north hemisphere and the south hemisphere, it is the equator.
The equator is the imaginary line in the center of the Earth that divides the Northern and Southern hemispheres. The equator is approximately 40,075 miles long.
The line that divides the north and south hemispheres is called the equator.