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- 1 How To Say Coordinates?
- 2 How do you write coordinates on a map?
- 3 What do GPS coordinates mean?
- 4 How do you write a coordinate?
- 5 How do you write a coordinate pair?
- 6 How do I read my GPS coordinates?
- 7 How do you read GPS data?
- 8 How do you use GPS coordinates?
- 9 Do you write latitude or longitude first?
- 10 How do you do coordinates in math?
- 11 How many digits are in a coordinate?
- 12 How do you write an ordered pair for each point?
- 13 How do you write an equation with ordered pairs?
- 14 How do you write an ordered pair in polar coordinates?
- 15 How do you read latitude and longitude on Google Maps?
- 16 What is the format of GPS data?
- 17 What kind of data can you get through GPS?
- 18 How do I read NMEA GPS data?
- 19 How do I enter GPS coordinates on my iPhone?
- 20 How do you correctly write latitude and longitude?
- 21 Why does latitude come before longitude?
- 22 How do you plot latitude and longitude?
- 23 How do you find coordinates?
- 24 How do you find the coordinates of a equation?
- 25 Can coordinates be decimals?
- 26 Is latitude a decimal?
- 27 Can you shorten coordinates?
- 28 How do you find the ordered pair of a point?
- 29 How do you make ordered pairs?
- 30 How do you find an ordered pair?
- 31 How do you find the equation of a line with two ordered pairs?
- 32 What is y2 y1 x2 x1?
- 33 How do you write two ordered pairs in slope intercept form?
- 34 How do you plot points with polar coordinates?
- 35 How do you name polar coordinates?

- Degrees, minutes, and seconds (DMS): 41°24’12.2″N 2°10’26.5″E.
- Degrees and decimal minutes (DMM): 41 24.2028, 2 10.4418.
- Decimal degrees (DD): 41.40338, 2.17403.

- Degrees, minutes, and seconds (DMS): 41°24’12.2″N 2°10’26.5″E.
- Degrees and decimal minutes (DMM): 41 24.2028, 2 10.4418.
- Decimal degrees (DD): 41.40338, 2.17403.

GPS coordinates are a unique identifier of a precise geographic location on the earth, usually expressed in alphanumeric characters. Coordinates, in this context, are points of intersection in a grid system. GPS (**global positioning system**) coordinates are usually expressed as the combination of latitude and longitude.

Coordinates are written as **(x, y)** meaning the point on the x axis is written first, followed by the point on the y axis. Some children may be taught to remember this with the phrase ‘along the corridor, up the stairs’, meaning that they should follow the x axis first and then the y.
## How do you write a coordinate pair?

Ordered pairs are often used to represent two variables. When we write **(x, y) = (7, – 2)**, we mean x = 7 and y = – 2. The number which corresponds to the value of x is called the x-coordinate and the number which corresponds to the value of y is called the y-coordinate.
## How do I read my GPS coordinates?

## How do you read GPS data?

## How do you use GPS coordinates?

**Coordinates in Google Maps on Android**
## Do you write latitude or longitude first?

## How do you do coordinates in math?

## How many digits are in a coordinate?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALN7gXF1thY

When outlining the coordinates of a location, the line of latitude is always given first followed by the line of longitude. Therefore, the coordinates of this location will be: **10°N latitude, 70°W longitude**. The line of latitude is read as 41 degrees (41°), 24 minutes (24′), 12.2 seconds (12.2”) north.

- Tap and hold a spot on the map.
- You’ll see a red pin appear on the map and a Dropped Pin window at the bottom.
- The coordinates for the pinned location appear in the Search box at the top.
- You can also swipe up or tap the Dropped Pin window from the bottom.

Handy tip: when giving a co-ordinate, latitude (north or south**) always precedes longitude (east or west**). Latitude and longitude are divided in degrees (°), minutes (‘) and seconds (“).

Coordinates are **written as two numbers, separated by a comma and contained within round brackets**. For example, Coordinates are written alphabetically – so x comes before y (x, y). One way to remember is ‘you go along the hallway before you go up the stairs’.

Longitude and latitude coordinates are stored with **15 decimal digits** right of the decimal points.
## How do you write an ordered pair for each point?

## How do you write an equation with ordered pairs?

## How do you write an ordered pair in polar coordinates?

## How do you read latitude and longitude on Google Maps?

## What is the format of GPS data?

**GPX, or GPS Exchange Format**, is an XML schema designed as a common GPS data format for software applications. It can be used to describe waypoints, tracks, and routes. The format is open and can be used without the need to pay license fees.
## What kind of data can you get through GPS?

## How do I read NMEA GPS data?

**To read NMEA GPS data,**
## How do I enter GPS coordinates on my iPhone?

**How to Enter GPS Coordinates on iPhone with Apple Maps to Find a Location**
## How do you correctly write latitude and longitude?

Each point can be identified by an ordered pair of numbers; that is, a number on the x-axis called an x-coordinate, and a number on the y-axis called a y-coordinate. Ordered pairs are written in **parentheses (x-coordinate, y-coordinate)**. The origin is located at (0,0).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EV5czkg4i7s

In the polar coordinate system, the ordered pair will now be **(r, θ)**. The ordered pair specifies a point’s location based on the value of r and the angle, θ, from the polar axis. The value of r can be positive, negative, or zero. The sign of r is very important in locating the exact position of the point.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2yOX7soSPeQ

A GPS provides latitude-longitude coordinates gathered by the hardware on a device which communicates with a satellite such as a car navigating system, a mobile phone or a fitness tracker. The latitude/longitude coordinates generated by the GPS are considered the standard for **location data**.

- Find an application such as AT Command Tester that can parse data from the NMEA port.
- Connect the GPS device over the interface that is supported by the device.
- Display NMEA GPS data read from the NMEA port.

- Open the Maps application on iPhone.
- Tap into the Search bar of the Maps app.
- Enter the GPS coordinates you want to locate, then tap the “Search” button.
- The GPS location will be found and shown on screen in maps.

Write the latitude and longitude coordinates.
## Why does latitude come before longitude?

## How do you plot latitude and longitude?

**How to Plot Latitude and Longitude on a Map**
## How do you find coordinates?

When writing latitude and longitude, **write latitude first, followed by a comma, and then longitude**. For example, the above lines of latitude and longitude would be written as “15°N, 30°E.”

I think the reason is: **Accurate measurement of latitude came first as it was based on astronomical measurements**. Longitude was not accurately measurable until a highly accurate time measuring device was developed.

- Use the degree symbol to indicate degrees.
- Use periods to indicate decimals.
- List Latitude before Longitude in your spreadsheet. Latitude coordinates should be between -90 and 90, and longitude coordinates should be between -180 and 180.

To identify the x-coordinate of a point on a graph, **read the number on the x-axis directly above or below the point**. To identify the y-coordinate of a point, read the number on the y-axis directly to the left or right of the point. Remember, to write the ordered pair using the correct order (x,y) .
## How do you find the coordinates of a equation?

## Can coordinates be decimals?

## Is latitude a decimal?

## Can you shorten coordinates?

## How do you find the ordered pair of a point?

## How do you make ordered pairs?

## How do you find an ordered pair?

## How do you find the equation of a line with two ordered pairs?

**Steps to find the equation of a line from two points:**
## What is y2 y1 x2 x1?

## How do you write two ordered pairs in slope intercept form?

## How do you plot points with polar coordinates?

## How do you name polar coordinates?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IxEQwef68Fk

Decimal degrees (DD) express latitude and longitude geographic coordinates as decimal fractions of a degree. … Decimal degrees are an alternative to using sexagesimal degrees (degrees, minutes, and seconds – DMS). As with latitude and longitude, the values are bounded by **±90° and ±180°** respectively.

Decimal degrees (DD) express latitude and longitude geographic coordinates as decimal fractions and are used in many Geographic Information Systems (GIS), web mapping applications such as Google Maps, and GPS devices. … As with latitude and longitude, the values are bounded by **±90° and ±180° each**.

When writing latitude and longitude, **write latitude first, followed by a comma, and then longitude**. For example, the above lines of latitude and longitude would be written as “15°N, 30°E.”

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-dX3TmSQnmI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YPcy0UWasG8

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c9WVU34MY5Q

- Find the slope using the slope formula. …
- Use the slope and one of the points to solve for the y-intercept (b). …
- Once you know the value for m and the value for b, you can plug these into the slope-intercept form of a line (y = mx + b) to get the equation for the line.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E5lCvitzOaI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sya3RYN71aY

To plot a point in the polar coordinate system, **start with the angle**. If the angle is positive, then measure the angle from the polar axis in a counterclockwise direction. If it is negative, then measure it clockwise. If the value of r is positive, move that distance along the terminal ray of the angle.

The Greek letter θ (theta) is often used to denote an angle, and a polar coordinate is conventionally referred to as **(r, θ)** instead of (x, y). Thus, when dealing with polar coordinates, we’ll now use “theta” as the preferred variable name for the angle.

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