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A hurricane is different from a typhoon in that A. hurricanes develop over the pacific and typically effect Asia, while typhoons develop over the atlantic and impact north america B. hurricanes develop over the atlantic and typically effect north americam while typhoons developn over the atlantic and impact asia C. hurricanes develop over the atlantic and impact north america and the Caribbean, while typhoons develop over the pacific and typically effect Asia D. hurricanes develop over the Atlantic and typically effect Asia, while typhoons develop over the pacific and impact north americ

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    what did you get

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    I got A.

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    what about hurricanes like hurricane sandy, hurricane katrina, etc?

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    ya

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    so that would make me think hurricanes typically happen in the atlantic

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    oh my bads lol, I dont think I read the question god enough, I think it would be C now

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    same here

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    the amount of water on earth A. increases slightly over time, but changes forms B. decreases slightly over time and does not change form C. remains the same, just in different forms D. remains the same and does not change form I got A, what do you think?

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    this was asked before, remember? this question is in a different form lol

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    lol what was the answer to it again lol?

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    think of the water cycle you have rain fall down as a liquid, then evaporate as a gas

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    it also could be frozen in a glacier

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    Then I would think it would b C right?

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    exactly

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