## What is the opposite side of Australia?

The antipodes of Australia are in the North Atlantic Ocean, while parts of Spain, Portugal, and Morocco are antipodal to New Zealand. Approximately 15% of land territory is antipodal to other land, representing approximately 4.4% of Earth’s surface.

## What is on the opposite side of the world from Sydney Australia?

The opposite side of the world to Sydney is Lajes, Azores, Portugal.

## What is the antipode of New York?

Western Australia

## What city is the farthest from New York?

Furthest Cities (Population 1,000,000+)

City Distance, km
Perth, Australia 18,700
Melbourne, Australia 16,672
Bandung, Indonesia 16,256

## What is the antipode of Paris?

The opposite side of the world to Paris is Waitangi, Chatham Islands, New Zealand.

## Where is the opposite place on earth?

the longitude of the place you want to find the antipodes must be subtracted from 180° and the result will be converted to opposite hemisphere (eg: 25° West will be 180° – 25° = 155° East or -155°).

## What is on the other side of the world from Hawaii?

An “antipode” is a person that lives on exactly the other side of the planet. Antipodes of Hawaii live in two countries in the south of the African continent: most of Hawaii is opposite of Botswana, while the people living on the southern part of Kauai have Namibians as antipodes.

## What is on the other side of the world from New Zealand?

The opposite side of the world to Auckland is Setenil de las Bodegas, Andalusia, Spain.

## What is the center point of a circle called?

Answer: radius. A circle is a set of all points in a plane that are all an equal distance from a single point, the center.

## What is a point on a circle called?

The distance from a circle’s center to a point on the circle is called the radius of the circle. A radius is a line segment with one endpoint at the center of the circle and the other endpoint on the circle. A diameter is a chord that passes through the center of the circle.

## Is there a perfect circle?

There is no evidence that a perfect circle or sphere exists in the physical world.