physical geography

If you begin at 20 degrees 47'36" south and 168 degrees 23'46" west, and go 50 degrees north and 50 degrees west of there, where would you be? Give the latitude and longitude exactly in degrees,minutes and seconds.

You would be at latitude 29 degrees 12' 24" North and longitude 218 degrees 23' 46" West, which is the same as 141 degrees 36' 14" East. That location is in the north Pacific Ocean, about midway between Iwo Jima and Tokyo.

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