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Giving Medal Please Help :) Lines of latitude, also called parallels, A. run in an east and west direction and measure distance north and south of the equator. B. run in an east and west direction and measure distance north and south of the prime meridian. C. run in a north and south direction and measure distance east and west of the equator. D. run in a north and south direction and measure distance east and west of the prime meridian.
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What do you think?
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i thought c

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anonymous
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Then you would be 100% correct
anonymous
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really !
anonymous
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Yes!
anonymous
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Thanks do you think u can help me with some more?
anonymous
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Just a few
anonymous
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ok
anonymous
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Lines of longitude A. run in an east and west direction and measure distance north and south of the equator. B. run in an east and west direction and measure distance north and south of the prime meridian. C. run in a north and south direction and measure distance east and west of the equator. D. run in a north and south direction and measure distance east and west of the prime meridian.
anonymous
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What do you think?
anonymous
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I pi ked c again
anonymous
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No that would not be correct, because lines of longitude run east and west, whereas lines of latitude run north and south
anonymous
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so B?
anonymous
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They run around the equator. So which one say it is east and west, and around the equator?
anonymous
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No not B
anonymous
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a
anonymous
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Correct !
anonymous
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thanks i have 2 more
anonymous
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Maps frequently include a grid system to help describe the location of a place. A. True B. False
anonymous
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Well what do you think?
anonymous
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usualy when i see maps they have grids so i think true
anonymous
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Absolutely
anonymous
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thanks
anonymous
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Another name for lines of longitude is meridians. A. True B. False
anonymous
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what do you think?
anonymous
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false
anonymous
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No it would be correct - True. This means they are not parallel. Sometimes lines of longitude are also called meridians. The Prime Meridian separates the Eastern Hemisphere from the Western Hemisphere. Lines of latitude, and lines of longitude have numbers on them.
anonymous
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Btw what class is this for?
anonymous
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Histoery
anonymous
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WHat grade?
anonymous
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8th
anonymous
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Nice.
anonymous
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Homeschooled? Flvs or K-12?
anonymous
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connections
anonymous
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Oh okay. I hope I got you a good grade.
anonymous
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I am retaking i got a 57
anonymous
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My answers weren't correct?
anonymous
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Im not sure it might have been the ones i did on my own because i got a 4/7
anonymous
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oh okay.
anonymous
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All points along a parallel are the same distance from the equator. A. True B. False
anonymous
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anonymous
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What you think?
anonymous
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I picked true but idk bc i failed the last test
anonymous
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It would actually be true
anonymous
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Ok
anonymous
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Parallels are numbered from 0° to 90° east and from 0° to 90° west. A. True B. False
anonymous
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What do you think? I have to get going so I can only help u with this last one.
anonymous
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False?
anonymous
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Yes that is correct
anonymous
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but i picked these last time and failed
anonymous
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Sorry I meant it was actually true
anonymous
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are you sure??
anonymous
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I have to get going, sorry I can't help you any further, try to get others to help. I am in a rush and have to get going. sorry.
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k
anonymous
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@enchiladas The first question you posted is wrong the answer is A not C
anonymous
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Im sorry but most of @FEARLESS_JOCEY are wrong. probably why you failed.
anonymous
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If you still need help I would be more than happy to.
anonymous
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Also The second question was C not B
anonymous
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Oh really I happen to be an Honors AP student in this area of study. So I am sorry but you are not correct sir.
anonymous
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AP or not you got 4/7
anonymous
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i already see 2 you got wrong
anonymous
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She answered most of them. She only gave me 4 of them to answer.
anonymous
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Look, all im saying is you might want to pick up a map before you help her retake the test.
anonymous
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The first one I helped her with is right, second one was wrong I can admit I made a mistake there, but as far as that the rest are right. You shouldn't be talking to me that way, you have no right.
anonymous
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No actually latitude runs east to west measuring north south from the equator
anonymous
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You may have just mixed up long and lat
anonymous
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Parallels are numbered from 0° to 90° east and from 0° to 90° west. A. True B. False you said true. But if you looked at a map 60 north is farther than 30 south
anonymous
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You have to pick you have to pick up a History book and learn it right. Longitude (/ˈlɒndʒɨtjuːd/ or /ˈlɒndʒɨtuːd/, British also /ˈlɒŋɡɨtjuːd/),[1] is a geographic coordinate that specifies the east-west position of a point on the Earth's surface. It is an angular measurement, usually expressed in degrees and denoted by the Greek letter lambda (λ). Points with the same longitude lie in lines running from the North Pole to the South Pole. By convention, one of these, the Prime Meridian, which passes through the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, England, was intended to establish the position of zero degrees longitude. The longitude of other places was to be measured as the angle east or west from the Prime Meridian, ranging from 0° at the Prime Meridian to +180° eastward and −180° westward. Specifically, it is the angle between a plane containing the Prime Meridian and a plane containing the North Pole, South Pole and the location in question. (This forms a right-handed coordinate system with the z axis (right hand thumb) pointing from the Earth's center toward the North Pole and the x axis (right hand index finger) extending from Earth's center through the equator at the Prime Meridian.)
anonymous
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but you said longitude measures north west.
anonymous
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south*
anonymous
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You have long and latitude mixed up. Look it up and you'll see I am right, even though you want to remain right.
anonymous
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I said exactly this,: lines of longitude run east and west, whereas lines of latitude run north and south
anonymous
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lines of lat run east and west
anonymous
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look them up, they are horizontal not verticle
anonymous
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They may tell you north and south. but the run east and west.
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thank you for the words of wisdom
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I took this same test already in the 8th grade and I keep all of my files, answers and questions in a file. So I know for a fact I am correct. So excuse you. You need to listen more in school
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Lines of longitude, called meridians, run in a north-south direction from pole to pole. as quoted by http://www-personal.umich.edu/~sarhaus/tigdd27.html
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its an edu. you cant argue
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Excuse your rude comments and propaganda, I don't appreciate it. Disconnected, I don't associate with creatures.
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#rekt
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You have a good rest of you day @FEARLESS_JOCEY .
anonymous
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And @enchiladas The correct answers from the order you asked are - A - C - True - True - True - True
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Darwinism is a term often used when referring to
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Darwinism is a term often used when referring to
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@yanisca, was Darwinism towards me?

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