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 2 years ago
If I say that a city is 33º N of the equator, what am I measuring?
A. Longitude
B. Latitude
C. Equinox
D. Space
 2 years ago
If I say that a city is 33º N of the equator, what am I measuring? A. Longitude B. Latitude C. Equinox D. Space

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KnitWit
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1Longitude is the meridians, like the Prime Meridian and International Date Line. Latitude is the equator, and latitude lines are parallel. Longitude lines are not.
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