First, square the trapezoid. Using one leg as side B of a triangle, make a right triangle with the new line as side A. You now have a right triangle with the apex pointing up, and 2 sides of 42.5 (let's say inches). Pythagorean gives us 42.5 squared + 42.5 squared = the square of … Read more

A lobster found in Norway.

The same as ours, but six months ahead (or behind) ours. Our summer, their winter. Our spring, their fall, etc.

It's an imaginary division that some folks a long time ago agreed would be a line passing through Greenwich, England. It circles the globe, dividing it in two . This line is called the "International Date Line".