# Latitude And Longitude Practice Test! Trivia Quiz!

10 Questions | Total Attempts: 16960  Settings  Latitude and longitude are imaginary lines drawn on maps, which helps to locate places. Latitude is an imaginary circle around the Earth halfway between the North Pole and the South Pole whereas, Longitude running from north to south through Greenwich, England, which is measured in 360 degrees. This quiz has been created to test your basic knowledge about latitude and longitude. So, let's try out the quiz. All the best!

Related Topics
• 1.
• A.

Prime Meridian

• B.

International Date Line

• C.

Arctic Circle

• D.

Equator

• E.

North Pole

• 2.
• A.

Prime Meridian

• B.

International Date Line

• C.

Arctic Circle

• D.

Equator

• E.

North Pole

• 3.
To locate something on the Earth, you would write the numbers in the format:
• A.

Minutes, Degrees, Seconds

• B.

Degrees, Minutes, Seconds

• C.

Seconds, Minutes, Degrees

• D.

Degrees, Seconds, Minutes

• 4.
Longitude starts at an imaginary line running through Greenwich, England. What is the name of this imaginary line?
• A.

Prime Meridian

• B.

Equator

• C.

Arctic Circle

• D.

North Pole

• 5.
At 180 degrees Longitude, this imaginary line separates one day from another.
• A.

Prime Meridian

• B.

International Date Line

• C.

Arctic Circle

• D.

Equator

• E.

North Pole

• 6.
Freddy is standing at 41 degrees North Latitude. Suzanne is at 12 degrees North Latitude. Which one is closer to the Equator?
• A.

Freddy

• B.

Suzanne

• C.

They are the same distance from the Equator

• 7.
• A.

Mike

• B.

Shirley

• C.

They are the same distance

• 8.
What are the latitude and longitude lines?
• A.

Imaginary lines that divide the Earth

• B.

Visible lines that divide the Earth

• C.

Long and short lines that divide the Earth

• D.

None of the above

• 9.
True or False? The equator is the main line of longitude.
• A.

True

• B.

False

• 10.
This is the main line of longitude.
• A.

Equator

• B.

Northern hemisphere

• C.

Prime meridian