The locations on the Earth’s surface are determined by two reference lines known as latitude and longitude. In the table below, we have given the various difference between latitude and longitude.
|Latitude implies the geographic coordinates that determine the distance of a point, north-south of the equator.||Longitude alludes to the geographic coordinate, which identifies the distance of a point, east-west of the Prime Meridian.|
|It is known as parallels||It is known as meridians|
|The length of the lines are different||The length of the lines are the same|
|It classifies heat zones||It classifies time zones|
|There are 180 latitude lines||There are 360 longitude lines|