## What is the longitude in Indonesia?

Indonesia is located at 6 degrees North latitude to 11 degrees south latitude and between 95 degrees east longitude to 141 degrees east longitude. The entire country is crossed by the equator, extending 5,150 kilometers from east to west and 1,930 kilometers from north to south.

## Which is longitude and which is latitude?

Introduce the concepts of latitude and longitude. Tell students that the lines running across the page are lines of latitude, and the lines running up and down the page are lines of longitude. Latitude runs 0–90° north and south. Longitude runs 0–180° east and west.

## What is the religion of Indonesia?

Share of population Indonesia 2010 by religion However, Indonesia is not a Muslim nation according to its constitution. The archipelago is a multifaith country and officially recognizes six religions – Islam, Protestantism, Catholicism, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Confucianism.

## How do you locate places on earth?

To help us locate places on the earth’s surface, we use a coordinate system. This coordinate system is like placing a giant grid over the earth. This grid has lines extending from east to west called lines of latitude and lines extending from north to south called lines of longitude.

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## Is the latitude?

Latitude is the measurement of distance north or south of the Equator. It is measured with 180 imaginary lines that form circles around the Earth east-west, parallel to the Equator. These lines are known as parallels. A circle of latitude is an imaginary ring linking all points sharing a parallel.

## What is Australia’s longitude and latitude?

The prime meridian is the line of 0° longitude, the starting point for measuring distance both east and west around the Earth. The prime meridian is arbitrary, meaning it could be chosen to be anywhere.

## What is the size of Jakarta in square Kilometres?

The unit of measurement for latitude and longitude is called a degree, which is indicated by a small circle to the upper left after a latitude or longitude is given (ex. 60°).

## What is an example of longitude?

Longitude is measured by imaginary lines that run around the Earth vertically (up and down) and meet at the North and South Poles. These lines are known as meridians. Each meridian measures one arcdegree of longitude. For example, the longitude of Paris, France, is 2° 29′ E (2 degrees, 29 minutes east).

## How many latitudes are there in total?

Lines of latitude are called parallels and in total there are 180 degrees of latitude. The distance between each degree of latitude is about 69 miles (110 kilometers).