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At what points during the year are fish—which need a large amount of dissolved oxygen—most likely to be evenly distributed throughout the water of a lake that freezes over in winter? a. fall and winter b. spring and fall c. spring and summer d. summer and winter

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    Since it cannot be winter its either B or C.

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    i think its c, what do u think

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    after winter, when it freezes over, it is spring and then summer, right?

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    i think you're answer is right

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    thank u

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