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From: Brenda Mangino (bmangino@icsd.k12.ny.us)
Date: Fri Apr 28 2000 - 15:03:49 EDT

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    We are Mrs. Mangino's third grade class from Fall Creek School in Ithaca,
    New York, USA. The following is our answer to Challenge question#4:

    Mystery class #1:
            a. Buenos Aires
            b. Argentina
            c. 34 50' S latitude; 58 7' W longitude

    Mystery class #2:
            a.Karamola
            b.Kazakhstan
            c.51 N latitude; 70 E longitude

    Mystery class #3:
            a.Chilpancingo
            b. Guerro State, Mexico
            c.17 33' N latitude; 9930' W longitude

    Mystery class #4:
            a.Quito
            b.Ecuador
            c.020' S latitude; 7845' W longitude

    Mystery class #5:
            a.Fredrikshavn
            b.Denmark
            c.5725' N latitude; 1031' E longitude

    Mystery class #6
            a. Redcastle
            b. Australia
            c.3646' S latitude; 144 46' E longitude

    Mystery class #7
            a.Corner Brook
            b.Newfoundland, Canada
            c.49 N latitude ; 58 W longitude

    Mystery class#8
            a. McMurdo Station
            b. Ross Island, Antarctica (does not belong to any one nation,
    "claimed by USA")
            c.77.85 S latitude ; 166.78 E longitude

    Mystery class#9
            a.Mons
            b.Belgium
            c.5027'N latitude; 3 58'E longitude

    Mystery class#10
            a. Nelson Lagoon
            b.Alaska, USA
            C. 55.92074N Latitude ; 161.18903W longitude

    Ian



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