The length of the day changes from place to place and from season to season. The table below shows the times of sunrise and sunset on a certain day in August in certain cities of the world. Latitude is the angular distance of a place north or south of the earth's equator, usually expressed in degrees and minutes. The table also shows the latitudinal positions of these cities.
|City||Sunrise time (in hours)||Sunset time (in hours)||Latitude|
|Tokyo||4:50||18:45||35$^\circ $ 41' N|
|New Delhi||5:53||18:55||28$^\circ $ 36' N|
|Johannesburg||6:45||17:40||26$^\circ $ 12' N|
|London||5:30||20:45||51$^\circ $ 30' N|
|New York||5:55||19:59||40$^\circ $ 42' N|
|Los Angeles||6:05||19:50||34$^\circ $ 3' N|
|Adelaide||6:45||17:55||34$^\circ $ 56' N|
A place in a jungle of Indonesia was found to be exactly on the equator. The times of sunrise, sunset and the duration of the day were observed and tabulated for a year.
Which of these would be correct about this place?