Q: What is the line that goes around the globe with a parallel line?

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the equator?

Equator latitude lines

As many as you like.

a transversal

if there are two planes, and they are parallel, then i would assume that their lines are parallel too. so yeh yeh a line in one plane is parallel to a line in the other plane...since they are parallel(:ha * * * * * No. Consider yourself in a cuboid room. The wall in front of you and the wall behind you are parallel planes. There is a line on the wall behind you that goes vertically, from the floor to the ceiling. There is a line on the wall in front of you that goes horizontally from left to right. These two lines are on parallel planes, but the lines are NOT parallel. So, (: ha to the person who answered the question previously!

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the equator?

Equator latitude lines

As many as you like.

The 38 parallel is the 38 parallel latitude line across the globe. But this is the line dividing the North Korean and South Korean countries.

Latitudinal lines run East West along the earth's surface. An easy trick to remember is thinking "lat is flat" therefore the lines are flat when you are looking at a globe or 2D map.Latitude lines can also be called "PARALLELS"

Any "great circle" does that, but the one you're probably thinking of is the "equator".

The line on a globe that goes up and down is called the Prime Meridian. It is the line of longitude that marks 0 degrees and divides the Eastern and Western Hemispheres.

If you mark a dot on the globe at every place that has the same latitude, the dots form a line all the way around the Earth. That line is sometimes called a 'parallel' of latitude.

Latitude lines are the imaginary lines on a globe that are horizontal.

a transversal

The major line of latitude that goes through Ohio is the 40th parallel north.

if there are two planes, and they are parallel, then i would assume that their lines are parallel too. so yeh yeh a line in one plane is parallel to a line in the other plane...since they are parallel(:ha * * * * * No. Consider yourself in a cuboid room. The wall in front of you and the wall behind you are parallel planes. There is a line on the wall behind you that goes vertically, from the floor to the ceiling. There is a line on the wall in front of you that goes horizontally from left to right. These two lines are on parallel planes, but the lines are NOT parallel. So, (: ha to the person who answered the question previously!