I believe #2 is 32.5° W.
No your overthinking it
How big is a basic quadrangle?
Hopefully that helps
Um. 7.5 seconds.
7.5 minutes so the answer to number 2 would be 30 degrees 7 minutes 30 seconds west
EDIT: sorry for vagueness in my hint, but I meant that since a USGS quadrangle is 7.5 minutes by 7.5 minutes you could use that to determine the neat line of the neighboring quad
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on March 13th, 2018, 8:51 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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