Where is 38 degrees latitude and -95 degrees longitude?
"Latitude" needs the tag 'north' or 'south' along with it. Otherwise, we don't know
whether you mean 38 degrees north of the equator or 38 degrees south of it. It
does make a difference, as you'll see below.
"Longitude" typically needs the tag 'east' or 'west' along with it. But west longitude
is often written as negative longitude, especially when the coordinates are to be
handled by a computer, so I'll accept "-95" as meaning 95 West longitude.
38Â° South / 95Â° West
This point is located in the Pacific Ocean, about 1,170 miles due west of Lebu
on the west coast of Chile.
38Â° North / 95Â° West
This point is located in southeastern Kansas, about 0.42 mile north of SR-65
and 3.27 miles east of SR-3, in Bourbon County. That's about 6.12 miles south
of Blue Mound, and 81.8 miles southeast of the center of Topeka.
60 degrees latitude 95 degrees longitude? What is missing in the question is whether 60 degrees latitude is north or south of the Equator, and 95 is east or west of the Prime Meridian. I believe (by trial and error) the country is either Division No. 23, Manitoba, Canada (60 N 95 W). Or it could be Severo-Yeniseysky District, Krasnoyarsk Krai, Russia (60 N 95 E).
Don't bother. Those coordinates are of no use to anyone. -- Longitude must always include a tag to indicate 'east' or 'west', otherwise there's no way to tell which side of the Prime Meridian it refers to. That's pretty important ... for example, 89Â° East longitude and 89Â° West longitude can be more than 12,000 miles apart ! -- Latitude must always include a tag to indicate 'north' or 'south' otherwise there's no way to…
First of all, there's no such thing as a latitude of 95Â°. The north and south poles are 90Â° latitude, and that's the biggest number that any latitude can be, either north or south. If we assume that you swapped your numbers, then they're reasonable. 47Â° north latitude / 95Â° west longitude is a point in Big Sand Lake in the northwestern part of the state, about 32 miles south of Bemidji.
Well, first of all, you're lucky that there are human beings reading these questions, and not some computer. 'North' means the number is a latitude, and 'west' means that the number is a longitude. Since yours are scrambled, a computer would decide immediately that this question should be trashed. But human beings always take some time to see if they can figure out what you're trying to say. I know that the '95' can't be…
For Canton Island, Kiribati: Latitude: 2°48′38″S Longitude: 171°40′32″W For Canton, China: Latitude: 23°6′32″N Longitude: 113°15′53″E For Canton, Wales, United Kingdom: Latitude: 51°28′48″N Longitude: 3°12′36″W For Canton, Connecticut, USA: Latitude: 41°51′42″N Longitude: 72°54′33″W For Canton, Georgia, USA: Latitude: 34°13′38″N Longitude: 84°29′41″W For Canton, Illinois, USA: Latitude: 40°33′28″N Longitude: 90°2′3″W For Canton, Iowa, USA: Latitude: 42°9′48″N Longitude: 90°53′45″W For Canton, Kansas, USA: Latitude: 38°23′14″N Longitude: 97°25′40″W For Canton, Maine, USA: Latitude: 44°27′26″N Longitude: 70°18′15″W For Canton, Massachusetts…
It looks a lot like a set of coordinates that describes the latitude and longitude of a point on the surface of the earth. If we interpret it that way and look for the point, we find that it's about half-way between the railroad and the riverbank, about 750-ft south of the centerline of Golden Rd and 1.43 miles west of 170th St, in Linwood (Leavenworth County), Kansas.