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  1. TIME ZONES Math and Geography in Action

  2. Earth’s Seasons Northern Hemisphere

  3. Why so many Time Zones? 1 revolution of Earth = 365.25 days 6 hours x 4 years = Leap year & we catch up 1 rotation of Earth = 24 hours Circle = 360° 360° /24 = 15° = 1 hour Earth rotates 15° each hour At the equator Earth ≈ 24,900 miles = 1037.5 miles in an hour Lines of Longitude North Pole 15°

  4. Likened to a Number Line SUBTRACT an hour for each time zone as you move WEST ADD and hour for each time zone as you move EAST • 0 + Your place of origin

  5. World Time Zones

  6. Non- Standard Time • Areas of the world on non-standard time • 2 South Pacific islands • India • Afghanistan • Nepal • Iran • Sri Lanka • Newfoundland • Central Australia • Myanmar (Burma) The deviation of time keeping from the standard time zone in which a place is geographically located. The usual deviation occurs in quarter hour increments, i.e. 15 minutes, 30 minutes, or 45 minutes.

  7. True or False USING WHAT YOU HAVE LEARNED True or False: If EVERY part of the statement is TRUE, write T. If ANY part of the statement is FALSE, write F. • The earth makes one complete rotation every 24 hours. • For every 15° of longitude, there is a difference of one hour in time. • Time zones always have straight boundaries. • It is 12 noon everywhere on the earth at the same time. • The letters a.m. stand for the 12 hours before 12 noon. • Post meridiem means the 12 hours after 12 noon. • The line of longitude at 180° is called the Prime Meridian. • When you travel across the International Date Line you stay in the same day. • When you cross the Prime Meridian, you stay in the same day. • It takes one hour for the earth to rotate 15°.

  8. Time it! Practice • In what areas of the world do you find non-standard time? • You are in New York and you want to call someone in Rome, Italy, at noon Rome time. When would you call? • Assume that flying from New York to London requires 6 hours. When would a flight leaving New York on a Wednesday at 6:00 p.m. arrive in London? • You are flying from Los Angeles to Moscow. You leave Los Angeles at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday and you arrive in Moscow on Sunday at 9:00 a.m. How many hours did you actually spend flying? • You are planning a flight from Bombay, India, to Washington, D.C., that must connect through several cities. You will leave Bombay on August 2, at 8:00 A.M., and will continue directly through Beijing and Los Angeles to Washington, D.C. What time is it in Washington, D.C., when you begin your trip? What will be the date when you arrive in Washington, D.C.? • If it is 3:00 p.m. in Greenwich, what time is it in Moscow? • If it is 9:00 A.M. in Cape Town, what time is it in Washington, D.C.? • If it is Tuesday, 4:30 p.m. in Japan, what day and time is it in Honolulu? • If it is Friday, 8:15 A.M. in Rio de Janeiro what day and time is it in Beijing?