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.

38° South / 95° West

This point is located in the Pacific Ocean, about 1,170 miles due west of Lebu

on the west coast of Chile.

38° North / 95° 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.