Meridians (lines running from pole to pole) connect points with the same longitude. The prime meridian, which passes near the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, England, is defined as 0° longitude by convention. Positive longitudes are east of the prime meridian, and negative ones are west.
Latitude/Longitude Formats Note that negative latitudes represent the southern hemisphere, and negative longitudes represent the western hemisphere. In our example, 0.3069° times 60 gives us 18.42 minutes latitude, while 0.8583° times 60 gives us 51.50 minutes of longitude.
Latitude/longitude coordinates follow a regular Cartesian system starting from the Equator and the Prime Meridian. Positive coordinates are to the right (east) and up (north). This means that the Western Hemisphere has negative longitudes.
Each line of longitude runs north and south and measures the number of degrees east or west of the Prime Meridian. Values range from positive 180 to negative 180 degrees.
"And for longitude, if there's no E or W, and if the number is positive (such as 128.3425° or +128.34°), then the longitude is EAST. If the number is negative, such as -73.9917° (the minus is always shown if the number is negative), then the longitude is WEST!" "OK!"
To measure longitude east or west of the Prime Meridian, there are 180 vertical longitude lines east of the Prime Meridian and 180 vertical longitude lines west of the Prime Meridian, so longitude locations are given as __ degrees east or __ degrees west.
If the number is negative, it represents south of the Equator. The line of longitude is read as 2.17403 degrees east. The coordinate for the line of longitude represents east of the Prime Meridian because it is positive. If the number is negative, it represents west of the Prime Meridian.
The main difference between longitude and latitude is that longitude is a measurement east or west of the prime meridian, while latitude is the measurement north or south of the Equator.
Longitude is the measurement east or west of the prime meridian. Longitude is measured by imaginary lines that run around the Earth vertically (up and down) and meet at the North and South Poles. Half of the world, the Eastern Hemisphere, is measured in degrees east of the prime meridian.
Just as a number line can be extended to deal with negative numbers, the x-axis and y-axis can be extended to deal with negative coordinates. In this way, if a point is to the left of the origin, its x-coordinate is negative, and if it is below the origin, its y-coordinate is negative.
Starting from the origin, go along the x-axis in a negative direction (left) and along the y-axis in a negative direction (down).
To plot a point, start at the origin and count along the x axis until you reach the x coordinate, count right for positive numbers, left for negative. Then count up or down the number of the y coordinate (up for positive, down for negative.)
Latitudes tells you how far is the point from equator and hence is denoted by positive value when towards North pole and negative when towards south pole. Each section from equator to pole is 90 degrees and two poles have 2 quarters of circle/globe hence 90X2 180 lattitudes. adding the Equator it becomes 181 latitudes.
Longitude will indicate a location east or west of the prime meridian. Lines of longitude go from zero at the Prime Meridian up to 180 at the International Date Line. The designator of east or west will indicate the relative direction the line of longitude is from the Prime Meridian.
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