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HELP PLEASE? =) i am working on researching the answers right now but if anyone know's the answers to any of these or can help in anyway that would be great! =)

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· What is tidal range? · The gravitation pull between which 2 celestial bodies affect tides (centrifugal force also plays a role)? · What is a Spring tide? What causes it? o During which two moon phases will a spring tide occur? · Which type of planetary alignment (the sun, moon, and Earth in a specific arrangement to each other) would you expect to see during a Spring tide? · What is a Neap tide? What causes it? · Which type of planetary alignment (the sun, moon, and Earth in a specific arrangement to each other) would you expect to see during a Neap tide? · Which type of planetary alignment (the sun, moon, and Earth in a specific arrangement to each other) would you expect to see during a normal tide?

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