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First letters from each place-name read.Spell out the town and come with speed.
You think about the note for a while... but the note doesn't mention any places! How can you figure out the first letters if you don't know the places? You read the note again and look at the scribbles under the message. All you see are weird combinations of letters and numbers. Luckily, a sharp-eyed geographer peers over your shoulder and says, "Coordinates. How fascinating!" She refreshes your memory on latitude and longitude: those imaginary lines around the world that help us locate places. You know, like the Equator and the prime meridian.You look at the scribble again and it all starts to make sense. But, you realize that the numbers are the coordinates for cities all over the planet. You better get started figuring them out... time is running out! The MessageFirst letters from each place-name read.Spell out the town and come with speed. 40 58 N 5 39 W 9 21 18 N 157 51 W 8 36 52 S 174 46 E 8 1 17 S 36 49 E 7 6 48 N 58 10 W 10 21 2 N 105 51 E 5 16 51 N 99 55 W 8 41 1 N 28 58 E 8
The TaskFigure out the city names using the interactive maps open on the computer. Clicking on any part of the map will enlarge that area giving you more detail. When you get to the right location, if there is more than one city around a coordinate, look for larger cities (bigger dots and type). Also, look at the length of the city name. The note gave you this number as well. Fill in the chart below. LATITUDELONGITUDE LETTERSCITY NAME40 58 N5 39 W921 18 N157 51 W836 52 S174 46 E81 17 S36 49 E76 48 N58 10 W1021 2 N105 51 E516 51 N99 55 W841 1 N28 58 E8Now, circle the FIRST letter of each city above. Going from top to bottom, write down each first letter. You should end up with a name of one more city. When you think you have the city, check with the head detective (your teacher) to see if you have the right city.The robbers are in: Catch the Robbers and their BossNow that you have the right city, you must figure out where the city is located and get there QUICK. Do you know what country it is in? What are its coordinates? Use other research tools (an atlas, the internet, your text book) to find out where this city is. Then, write its coordinates below.Coordinates:References:1. HYPERLINK "http://www.nationalgeographic.com/xpeditions/activities/01/crackcode.html" http://www.nationalgeographic.com/xpeditions/activities/01/crackcode.html
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