Lat Long?

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Latitude and longitude, also known as lat and long, help find a location on a map or globe. The latitude runs horizontally. The longitude is the vertical line. The latitude is parallel lines that are an equal distance from each other. Latitude is numbered 0 degrees to 90 degrees, both north and south. The longitude is also known as meridians. The longitude is widest at the equator. They run from 0 degrees to 180 degrees, both east and west.
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Latitudes are imaginary lines running parallel to the equator and longitudes are imaginary lines running parallel to the prime meridian and perpendicular to the equator. Latitude and longitude are used to reference a specific point on Earth.
Lines of latitude and longitude are equally spaced and their values are the angular distance of a point from equator and prime meridian.
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