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# What is the same distance apart all along?

Updated: 10/31/2022

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Parallel lines fits the given description.

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### Which lines are always the same distance apart?

Parallel lines are the same distance apart for all points along the line.

### The same distance apart all along?

No. There can be huge differences. Brighter stars at bigger distances will look as a weak star but as at a shorter distance.

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### All points along a parallel are the same distance from the equator?

Yes, in geography, all points along a parallel of latitude are indeed the same distance from the equator. This is because parallels are imaginary lines that run parallel to the equator, maintaining the same distance from it as they wrap around the Earth.

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### How big is a sphere with 6 surface points all 1 cm apart?

A sphere with radius 4/pi = 0.6366 cm will fit the bill - after a fashion. Four points, equidistant on the equator, along with a point at each pole. Of the 15 possible pairs, all will be 1 cm apart along the great circle apart from the 3 pairs of diametrically opposite points, which will be 2 cm apart. There is no way in which 6 points can be marked on any sphere so that each of the 15 pairs is the same distance apart.

### Are the lines of longitude the same distance apart at the equator as they are at the poles?

No. All of the meridians merge in a single point at the poles.

### Are the planets in your solar system about the same distance apart?

No because the distance between them are always changing. If you were trying to ask if the orbital paths of all the planets about the same distance apart then the answer is still no. The distance from each orbital path varies from each planet to the next. The orbital path of Neptune and Pluto cross one another so this also answers the question, no.

### Are the north-south globe lines always the same distance apart?

No, the north-south globe lines, known as longitude lines, are not always the same distance apart. The distance between longitude lines decreases as you move towards the poles. At the equator, longitude lines are farthest apart, while at the poles, they converge at a single point.

### Why is a baseball field shaped like a diamond?

because there are 4 bases and all are the same distance apart, which makes a square which is a diamond turned sideways.

### What lines are parelle to the prime meridian?

No lines are parallel to the Prime Meridian. All of the meridians of longitude are farthest apart at the equator, and all converge at the north and south poles. Parallel lines would be the same distance apart everywhere, and never meet.