## What is the distance between lat and long?

Distance Between Lines of Latitude 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).

## How do you convert lat long to meters?

Subtract the smaller longitude from the larger one for places that are both in the Eastern or both in the Western Hemisphere. Add the longitudes if the places are in different hemispheres. Multiply the degrees of separation of longitude and latitude by 111,139 to get the corresponding linear distances in meters.

**How do you convert longitude to kilometers?**

At the equator for longitude and for latitude anywhere, the following approximations are valid: 1° = 111 km (or 60 nautical miles) 0.1° = 11.1 km.

**Can you calculate distance from coordinates?**

For example, if the two points have coordinates (-3, 7) and (1, 2), then the difference between 7 and 2 is 5, and so Y = 5. Thus, the square of the distance between the coordinates is 41. Take the square root of D2 to find D, the actual distance between the two points.

### How do you calculate longitude?

The Earth rotates one full turn (360º of longitude) in one day. It therefore turns one degree of longitude in 1/360th of a day, or every four minutes. To calculate your longitude, you therefore simply need to work out the time difference between noon at your location and noon at the Prime Meridian.

### How far is a geographic minute?

One degree of latitude equals approximately 364,000 feet (69 miles), one minute equals 6,068 feet (1.15 miles), and one-second equals 101 feet. One-degree of longitude equals 288,200 feet (54.6 miles), one minute equals 4,800 feet (0.91 mile), and one second equals 80 feet.

**How do you determine latitude and longitude?**

Latitude is indicated on a map by a series of evenly-spaced horizontal lines running from one side of the map to the other, while longitude is indicated by a series of evenly-spaced vertical lines running from top to bottom. Look for numbers along the edges of the map giving coordinates for each line.

**How long is latitude and longitude?**

Distance between Lines. If you divide the circumference of the earth (approximately 25,000 miles) by 360 degrees, the distance on the earth’s surface for each one degree of latitude or longitude is just over 69 miles, or 111 km.