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On the surface of the earth, it is approximately 6,200 miles from the equator to the north or south pole. How many miles is it between 2 parallels 1 degree apart?

asked by Krissy
  1. 6200 / 90 = ?

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. 68.88888889 miles

    posted by Chloe
  3. It's 6200/90, since the largest internal angle of latitude is 90 degrees.

    posted by Layala
  4. I was doing a homework about this and i think that i do not know the answer i have given up please send me a correct answer because i am giving up.

    posted by dbh

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