Salinity of the ocean:
is generally very low
changes with climate
decreases with increase in temperature
increases where a river meets the ocean
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You should use process of elimination for this: identify any which strike you as being impossible right off the bat. Which ones do you think it probably isn't?
i would eliminate the first and last options
Me too. Of the remaining ones, salinity is not affected by temperature. You can make a glass of salt water, heat it, and it is still as salty as it was when you started. So you can scratch the third option off the list as well. Which leaves...
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so it changes with climate?
That is what you have got left. :D So you see the general process for approaching questions like this - scratch out the impossible ones, then consider the possibilities that leaves for scientific plausibility?
yeah, thanks. :) i figured it would be that one but wasnt sure. thanks for your help.