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Homework Help: GEOGRAPHY

Posted by Suzanne on Thursday, October 12, 2006 at 7:14am.

How many degrees is the Arctic Circle displaced from the North Pole? I think it's 12 degrees south of the North Pole. I am not sure though.


Arc·tic Cir·cle the line of latitude at 66°30'N that marks the boundary of the Arctic.

So, what is 90-66°30 ?

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