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Yes. Part of South America is crossed by the Equator.

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If you traveled from North America to Australia would you cross the Equator?

no, unless you travel below Texas to Europe.


Would you cross the equator if you would travel from North America to Europe?

You would not cross the equator, as Europe is east of North America. The equator is a degree of latitude, which means you must go either north or south to cross it. Regardless, you would be traveling well above the equator.


If you travled from north America to Europe would you cross the equator?

no.


Continents equator cross?

South America, Africa, and Asia.


Would you have to cross the equator to travel from North America to Europe?

No


Would you have to cross the equator if you traveled to North America to Europe?

no


What Continent's cross equator?

-- Asia -- Africa -- South America


If you traveled from north America to Europe would have to cross the equator?

no The equator isn't anywhere near the United States or Europe. It passes through the upper part of S. America and the Middle part of Africa.


If you traveld from North America to Europe would you have to cross the equator?

No, you would not have to cross the equator when traveling from North America to Europe. The equator is an imaginary line dividing the Earth horizontally into Northern and Southern Hemispheres. North America and Europe are both located in the Northern Hemisphere.


How many contentes does the equator cross?

Two, south America and Africa.


What 2 continents cross the equator?

South America, Africa, and Asia.


Does the equator cross north or south part of south America?

It crosses both