Can anyone tell me what latitude and longitude lines are on this map?
(Posted by: ME!! on 2012-04-16 19:50:41)
I can 't read it. Can anyone tell? I think it 's easier if you make it bigger using the option on the side, but I still can 't read it ): http:/ / www.google.com/ imgres?q=world+map+mercator+projection &um=1 &hl=en &safe=active &sa=N &biw=772 &bih=727 &tbm=isch &tbnid=P- kot4tlEZ2MpM: &imgrefurl=http:/ / www.geoatlas.com/ en/ maps/ world- maps- 0/ mercator- projection- 1 &docid=wqDWsK0SJ_Of8M &imgurl=http:/ / www.geoatlas.com/ medias/ maps/ world %252520maps %252520and %252520globes/ MERCATOR_greenwich/ MERCATOR12greenwich65mix/ MERCATOR_greenwich_phy.jpg &w=1693 &h=1198 &ei=5qCMT8KHDKSciAKoof3PCA &zoom=1 &iact=hc &vpx=104 &vpy=341 &dur=1786 &hovh=189 &hovw=267 &tx=202 &ty=138 &sig=109637432787951559521 &page=1 &tbnh=141 &tbnw=199 &start=0 &ndsp=9 &ved=1t:429, r:3, s:0, i:76
It is a map of the world so all lines of latitude and longitude are shown. I can 't read it but I can tell you what each line is since they would be the same you would find in an atlas. The first line of longitude going through alaska is 150 degrees. the second is 120. each line after that goes down by 30. hit 0 then go back up by 30. For latitude the very first line is 70 degrees and the second is 60 and they go down by 10 after that. Even tho i used a different map if your map is made properly (which i 'm willing to be it is) then our lines will match perfectly.