Q. 1 A4.0( 21 Votes )

Complete the sent A. 5 longitudes will face the sun

B. 10 longitudes will face the sun

C. 15 longitudes will face the sun

D. 20 longitudes will face the sun

Answer :

Longitude is the angular distance of a place east or west of the meridian at Greenwich, England. It is represented in degrees.


One rotation = 360o


The time required for the earth to complete one rotation = 24 hours


Therefore, longitudes covered in one hour = 360/24 = 15o

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