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krissywatts

  • 2 years ago

can anyone show me drawings of how this is supposed to look. find latitudes and departures for the following lines:

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    |dw:1354134477192:dw|

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    @jim_thompson5910

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    is there a certain way i have to set this up? i got the answers to it but don't know if i should make a drawing

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    and what the drawing would look like

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    you start at the equator and on the prime meridian if it says "north 42 degrees", this means that you go up to the 42 degree latitude line if it adds on "east 111 degrees", you then go to the 111 degree longitude line (in the eastward direction)

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