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  • curprev 14:17, 19 February 2023OmniMediaGroup talk contribs 1,098 bytes +6 bold
  • curprev 14:06, 19 February 2023OmniMediaGroup talk contribs 1,092 bytes +1,092 Decimal degrees is a system of expressing geographic coordinates using a decimal format, rather than using degrees, minutes, and seconds. In the decimal degrees system, latitude and longitude are measured in degrees, with the equator and the prime meridian serving as the zero point for each. The degrees are then divided into decimal fractions of a degree, allowing for more precise measurements.