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Latitude and longitude1-1
Latitude and longitude1-1
Latitude and longitude1-1
Latitude and longitude1-1
Latitude and longitude1-1
Latitude and longitude1-1
Latitude and longitude1-1
Latitude and longitude1-1
Latitude and longitude1-1
Latitude and longitude1-1
Latitude and longitude1-1
Latitude and longitude1-1
Latitude and longitude1-1
Latitude and longitude1-1
Latitude and longitude1-1
Latitude and longitude1-1
Latitude and longitude1-1
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  • 1. Warm Up answer on page 61. What is Latitude?2. What is Longitude?3. What are they used for?
  • 2. Latitude and Longitude BRAINPOP LATITUDE AND LONGITUDE
  • 3. Video 1LONGITUDE AND LATITUDE
  • 4. Relative Location and Absolute LocationRelative Location of a city or destination on the planet is itsrelationship to another place or nearby landmarks.As an example, our school is located in in the Gulf of Mexico,about 48 miles southeast of Houston. Thats our relativelocation.Absolute Location is the definitive location of a place using arecognized coordinate system. In terms of latitude andlongitude, our office in Galveston, Texas, is 29 16 North,94 49 West, marked with the red dot on the map above
  • 5. Discovery Video Review REVIEW

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