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The water cycle is driven by _______. A. heat from the sun. B. precipitation in the form of rain or snow. C. condensation of water droplets in clouds. D. clouds meeting cool air.

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    It's actually driven by solar energy, which is heat from the sun. The heat from the sun makes the water change its form, from liquid, to vapor, and back to liquid again.

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