Physical Geography

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70 degrees N
0 degrees S
15 degrees E
44 degrees N
160 degrees W
88 degrees S
90 degrees N
90 degrees W

1) how many of the above grid lines run half-way around the world?

2) how many of the above are seen as points on the globe?

3) how many run east-west?

4) how many of the above grid lines follow great circle routes?

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    I'll be glad to check your answers.

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    1) 3

    2) 4

    3) 5

    4) 3

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    Justin/Maryiah -- it's not necessary to change your name for each post. In this case, it's confusing to know who is answering this question.

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