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Question 1 For this question, please use Google Earth. Go to the center of the city and collect its latitude and its longitude: only rewrite the number matching the degree, disregard the minutes, the seconds and the decimals City Name Latitude Longitude Mexico City (Mexico) 19°N 99° W Buenos Aires (Argentina) 34°S 58°W Saint-Petersburg (Russia) 59°N 30°E Mumbai, previously named Bombay(India) 19° N 72°E Beijing (China) 39°N 116°E Question 2 For this question, please use Google Earth. The intersection of the Equator and the Prime Meridian is located in the _Atlantic___ Ocean. Your next trip will take you to 30 S and 25 ⁰ E : you are going to the ___Africa_____ continent. The highest number of degrees in longitude is __+ 180__ . You are flying over 2 S and 60 E so you are flying over the ___indian__ Ocean. The highest number of degrees in latitude is __+_90_ . Question 3 1. Go to International Database For each country, find the CBR and the CDR and fill in the chart.
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  • Spring '14
  • JonasD.Webster
  • Demography, stage, Equator, demographic transition

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