What are the two ends of the earth's axis called? (Please ans the question as quickly as possible)

 The two ends of the earth's axis are called poles.

there are two poles the north pole and the south pole.

  • 1

Poles-  north pole

  south pole

  • 1

they are south pole and north pole.

  • 2

 North pole and south pole.

  • 4

THE TWO POINTS OF AXIS ARE CALLED NORTH POLE &SOUTH POLE.

  • 2

north and south pole

  • 0
north and south
  • -1
yup
  • -1
north pole and south pole
 
  • 0
The two ends of the parallel is known as south pole and north pole
  • -2
Poles
  • -2
They are north pole and south pole
  • 0
Poles
  • -2
NORTH POLE AND SOUTH POLE
  • 0
North pole and south pole
  • 0
North pole and south pale
  • -1
North pole and south pole
  • -2
North pole and south pole
  • -1
North pole and south pole
  • 0
the two ends of the earth Axis are called poles .1)north pole and 2) South Pole
  • -1
North Pole South Pole
  • 0
What are the two ends of the axis called?

The axis of the Earth has two ends.
The top end is called North Pole and the bottom end is called South Pole
  • 2
north and south pole
 
  • -1
The 2 ends of the earth's axis are known as North Pole and South Pole.

HOPE MY ANSWER HELPS YOU.
  • 1
NORTH POLE AND SOUTH POLE
 
  • 1
north pole and South Pole
  • 0
north pole( 90 N) 
south pole(90 S)
  • 0
it is north pole and south pole
  • 0
North Pole and South Pole
  • 0
They are north pole and south pole also known as northen hamesfear and southern hamesfear
  • 0
Don't know sorry
  • 0
north pole and south pole
  • 0
China
  • 0
Poles
  • 0
Axis of the earth is an imaginary line that runs through the earth.
  • 0
Mathur pic bheji thi
  • 0
north pole and south pole
  • 0
hiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
  • 1
Poles
  • 0
north pole and South Pole
  • 0
The two of the earth's axis is called north pole and south pole.


It is easy ??
  • 0
The two end points of axis are called poles one end point is called north pole and other end point is called south pole


It is easy ??
  • 0
North Pole and south pole are the two endpoint of the earth's axis
  • 1
what is your sources
  • 0
The uppermost pole is the North Pole and the pole below is the South pole. 
  • 0
Please find this answer

  • 0
The two ends of the earth's axis are called poles. There are two poles- the upper pole is North Pole and the pole below is South pole. The poles are extremely cold.
  • 0
The two ends of the Earth are called North pole ( upward point ) and South Pole ( downward point )
  • 0
The two ends of the earth's axis are called the North Pole and the South Pole. Hope it helps you ????
  • 0
south pole and north pole

  • 0
Hi mam
  • 0
The emergent layer consists of the tallest trees in the rainforest and they can grow up to 60 metres. They are higher because they are able to trap more sunlight to help them make more food to grow. Emergent trees are supported by buttress roots which prevent them from blowing over in high winds.The emergent layer consists of the tallest trees in the rainforest and they can grow up to 60 metres. They are higher because they are able to trap more sunlight to help them make more food to grow. Emergent trees are supported by buttress roots which prevent them from blowing over in high winds.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.Emergent Layer.?The top layer of the rainforest?is the emergent layer. Here, trees as tall as 60 meters (200 feet) dominate the skyline. Foliage is often sparse on tree trunks, but spreads wide as the trees reach the sunny upper layer, where they photosynthesize the sun's rays.Emergent Layer.?The top layer of the rainforest?is the emergent layer. Here, trees as tall as 60 meters (200 feet) dominate the skyline. Foliage is often sparse on tree trunks, but spreads wide as the trees reach the sunny upper layer, where they photosynthesize the sun's rays.Emergent Layer.?The top layer of the rainforest?is the emergent layer. Here, trees as tall as 60 meters (200 feet) dominate the skyline. Foliage is often sparse on tree trunks, but spreads wide as the trees reach the sunny upper layer, where they photosynthesize the sun's rays.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.Emergent Layer.?The top layer of the rainforest?is the emergent layer. Here, trees as tall as 60 meters (200 feet) dominate the skyline. Foliage is often sparse on tree trunks, but spreads wide as the trees reach the sunny upper layer, where they photosynthesize the sun's rays.Emergent Layer.?The top layer of the rainforest?is the emergent layer. Here, trees as tall as 60 meters (200 feet) dominate the skyline. Foliage is often sparse on tree trunks, but spreads wide as the trees reach the sunny upper layer, where they photosynthesize the sun's rays.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.The emergent layer consists of the tallest trees in the rainforest and they can grow up to 60 metres. They are higher because they are able to trap more sunlight to help them make more food to grow. Emergent trees are supported by buttress roots which prevent them from blowing over in high winds.The emergent layer consists of the tallest trees in the rainforest and they can grow up to 60 metres. They are higher because they are able to trap more sunlight to help them make more food to grow. Emergent trees are supported by buttress roots which prevent them from blowing over in high winds.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.These trees have thick branches allowing birds and other flyers to call it home. Temperature in the rain forest is between 70 to 95 degrees year round. Because this is the highest layer temperature changes are common. This layer also is the first to receive the rain.Emergent Layer.?The top layer of the rainforest?is the emergent layer. Here, trees as tall as 60 meters (200 feet) dominate the skyline. Foliage is often sparse on tree trunks, but spreads wide as the trees reach the sunny upper layer, where they photosynthesize the sun's rays.Emergent Layer.?The top layer of the rainforest?is the emergent layer. Here, trees as tall as 60 meters (200 feet) dominate the skyline. Foliage is often sparse on tree trunks, but spreads wide as the trees reach the sunny upper layer, where they photosynthesize the sun's rays.
  • 0
The end of the earth Axis are called The end of the earth's axis is called
  • 0
What are you looking for?