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## How do you find the distance between two latitude longitude points?

For this divide the values of longitude and latitude of both the points **by 180/pi**. The value of pi is 22/7. The value of 180/pi is approximately 57.29577951. If we want to calculate the distance between two places in miles, use the value 3, 963, which is the radius of Earth.

## What is the distance between 2 longitudes?

The distance between longitudes at the equator is the same as latitude, **roughly 69 miles**. At 45 degrees north or south, the distance between is about 49 miles (79 km). The distance between longitudes reaches zero at the poles as the lines of meridian converge at that point.

## How do you find the distance between two points without the distance?

**how do i find the distance of two points when no graph is given**

- The distance formula is really just a restatement of the Pythagorean theorem. …
- (change in x)
^{2}+ (change in y)^{2}= (distance)^{2}… - From there, if we solve for distance, we find:
- D = √(Δx
^{2}+ Δy^{2}) - If you have any further questions, please let me know.

## What is the maximum distance between two longitudes?

The maximum distance between two longitudes is at the equator. The distance is **about 111.321 kilometres**.

## What is the distance between 2 meridians?

Measuring the Distance Between Meridians of Longitude Along a Parallel of Latitude. At the Equator, the distance between meridians of longitude is **60 n.m.** (or 60.113 to be precise). However, as we move north or south equator, we find that the distance between them decreases as they converge towards the poles.

## How do you convert angle to distance?

Calculate the sine of the angle to find the total distance between objects, or the hypotenuse. For the example, the sine of 60 degrees is √3/2 or 0.866. **Divide the height of the object by the sine of the angle**. For the example, dividing 150 by 0.866 results in 173.205.

## How do you convert coordinates?

**Community Mapping Experiment: How to Convert Latitude and Longitude to Map Coordinates**

- Step 1: Multiply (×) the “degrees” by 60.
- Step 2: Add (+) the “minutes”
- Step 3: If the Latitude (Longitude) degrees are S (W) use a minus sign (“-“) in front. …
- Step 4: Subtract Reference Location converted to Minutes.

## How do you read coordinates?

Latitude and longitude are broken into degrees, minutes, seconds and directions, starting with latitude. For instance, an area with coordinates marked 41° 56′ 54.3732” N, 87° 39′ 19.2024” W would be read as 41 degrees, 56 minutes, 54.3732 seconds north; **87 degrees, 39 minutes, 19.2024 seconds** west.