# Name that Line

```Bellwork August 21
1. What is the name of the latitude line at 66.5*
North?
2. What is the name of the latitude line at 66.5*
South?
3. The __________ is an imaginary line that runs
through Greenwich, England.
a. equator
b. parallel
c. 40th meridian
d. prime meridian
4. As a line of latitude, the Equator runs _____ to
all the lines of longitude.
a. Parallel b. Perpendicular c. Beside d. Near
Name that Line
0* Longitude
Prime Meridian
0* Latitude
Equator
90* North
North Pole
90* South
South Pole
23.5* North
Tropic of
Cancer
23.5* South
Tropic of
Capricorn
66.5* North
Arctic Circle
66.5* South
Antarctic
Circle
180* Longitude
International
Date Line
Tropic of
Cancer
23.5* North
North Pole
90* North
Equator
0* Latitude
Arctic Circle
66.5* North
Prime Meridian
0* Longitude
Antarctic Circle
66.5* South
South Pole
90* South
Tropic of
Capricorn
23.5* South
International
Date Line
180*
Longitude
Letter to Marvin
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Marvin is wondering how to
plot coordinates on earth.
You will need to write out a
set of step by step
instructions for finding latitude
and longitude coordinates on
a map.
Ex: Step One Marvin. You
must locate the first number
to plot. This number is always
a line of latitude, which
measures north and south of
the equator
Challenge Question
By looking at the map,
which of the following
could be the latitude and
longitude of Cape Town?
A.34 degrees south latitude,
18 degrees east longitude
B.49 degrees north latitude,
54 degrees east longitude
C.28 degrees south latitude,
39 degrees east longitude
D.18 degrees north latitude,
15 degrees west
longitude
Bell work
1. What is the coordinate for 23.5*S?
2. Which of the following is true of the Prime Meridian?
A. It is equivalent to 0 degrees, east or west,
longitude.
B. It is equivalent to 0 degrees, north or south, latitude.
C. It's the only point of reference for latitude and
longitude on a globe.
D. It is considered to be the center of the Earth.
3. Time zones run along lines of ______________
A. Latitude
B. Longitude
C. Both A &amp; B D. Neither A or B
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