# OCEANOGRAPHY HELP

What ridge is located at 10 degrees South and 90 degrees East? I thought it was the Cocos Ridge but am wrong. Thanks.

It is called the Ninetyeast Ridge, and it is in the Indian Ocean.

There is a Cocos Ridge off the coast of Panama in the North pacific, exactly on the opposite side of the world. You got S and N mixed up in the latitude and E and W mixed up in the longitude.

Thanks for giving me a chance get my world atlas out and learn a bit of geography.

Thanks for the help. I really do appreciate it.

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