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What is the diameter (in feet) of Earth starting from the centers of the Prime Meridian and Equator going east?

Question #109405. Asked by animelover33.

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One mile is equal to 5,280 feet, thus:

Earth's Diameter at the Equator: 7,926.28 miles (12,756.1 km) or 41850758.4 ft.

Earth's Diameter at the Poles: 7,899.80 miles (12,713.5 km) or 41710944 ft.

[Hope I did the math right...I'm certainly glad you didn't ask for it in inches...]



Oct 03 2009, 9:44 PM
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