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AnswerThere is no standard set of "lines", and no standard distance between them.

A 'line' can be drawn at any latitude, or not.

One degree of latitude represents about 111.1 km or 69 statute miles,

regardless of how many lines are or are not drawn in it.

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Q: What is the distance between latitude lines?
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