What was the whole compromise of the Compromise of Missouri in 1820?

The Missouri Compromise was an attempt to maintain the balance of power between the North and South when Missouri petitioned for statehood. The Compromise allowed Missouri, a slave state, and Maine, a free state, in together thereby maintaining equality between the two sides. However, the Compromise went on to prohibit slavery in the rest of the Louisiana Purchase that was north of latitude 36-30N.
The Missouri Compromise that was passed in 1820 was between the pro slavery and anti slavery factions in the United States Congress.