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To describe a distance north or south of the equator, scientists use A. projection maps. B. contour lines. C. lines of latitude. D. the prime meridian
To describe a distance north or south of the equator, scientists use LINES OF LATITUDE.
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To describe a distance north or south of the equator, scientists use LINES OF LATITUDE.

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