Distances Using Latitude and Longitude Convert the following distances. Show your work 1. 18 nm _____ miles 2. 1350 nm ________ miles 3. 2600 miles ___________ nm 4. 582 miles ________ nm Calculate the number of nautical miles (and miles) you travel between the following two locations. Show your work. 1. 13 N , 27W to 59 N , 27W 2. 52 N , 132E to 27S , 132E 3. 88S , 2E to 27S , 2E 4. 69S , 53W to 43 N , 53W Calculate the number of nautical miles (and miles) you travel between the following two locations. Show your work. (Remember one degree of longitude at any latitude equals 60 nmcoslatitude ____ nm .) 1. 21S , 153E to 21S , 37E 2. 85 N , 3W to 85 N , 102W 3. 52S , 91E to 52S , 199W Thought Question: In the last two sets of problems, either the longitude remained constant while the latitude changed or the latitude remained constant whole the longitude changed. How would you calculate the number of nautical miles traveled if both the latitude and the longitude changed?
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