What is the value of g when Equator moves towards pole?
The sun. The sun heats the water at equator and this warm water wants to move to where the cold water is located at the poles. As the warm water moves toward the pole, the cold water moves from the pole to the equator to back fill the moving water. This sets up a loop of water that moves in a large loop on the globe.
The equator is cold because it connects to the two coldest places on Earth,there connected to the North pole and South pole. The equator is not cold. The equator receives the most direct sunlight. The ocean currents and air circulation by winds redistributes the excess warmth towards the colder poles.
Sun rises and set due to rotation of earth. As sun moves from equator length of day increases or decreases depend upon which hemisphere sun is i.e. deceleration of sun. Length of the day rapidly increases towards the pole. As per your question it depended upon your position w.r.t. latitude. If you are close to pole length of the day increases more than if you are close to equator.
The equator is North, as is everything else on earth when you are at the South Pole. From the south Pole, every direction is north. The North pole is the northernmost point on Earth. The South Pole is the southernmost point on Earth. The Equator is a line running circumferentially around the Earth and is midway between the poles. The Equator is south of the North Pole and north of the South Pole. All lines…
As you move from a pole toward the Equator the Earth's spin will act against the force of gravity, so that the net gravity will fell less as you approach the Equator. As you move away from the equator towards a pole (as in moving south, when in southern hemisphere), the spin effect becomes less, so the feel of gravity will increase. The amount of change is slight. Also, the equator is a little farther…
How does the changing angle of incoming sunlight explain why temperatures tend to become cooler as one moves from the equator toward either pole?
Places near the equator get more insolation, or concentrated sunlight, causing those places to be warmer. As the poles are at the far ends of the globe, they do not get very much direct sunlight: the sun is not emitting heat and light directly towards them. This answer was written by a 13 year old, just saying.