## PLEASE HELP ILL MARK BRAINIEST A plane takes off at 36 degrees latitude. It flies directly south and lands at -14 degrees latitude. Which ex

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PLEASE HELP ILL MARK BRAINIEST A plane takes off at 36 degrees latitude. It flies directly south and lands at -14 degrees latitude. Which expression represents the difference in latitude?

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Answer:The new latitude is given by adding the 55° flown to the original latitude, which is 17° S, or -17°; this gives -17+55=38°.Step-by-step explanation:The equator is taken as 0°, going north is positive and going south is negative. So 17° S should be taken as meaning -17°. Flying north 55° means I should add 55°. That gives the answer above.