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  1. Fosterthepeople
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    You go outside on a hot, sunny summer day and you feel the warm sun on your skin. What causes this warmth? (Points : 1) The sun heats the air directly around your skin. Waves of light carry energy directly to your skin. Light causes surface waves on your skin. Water vapor in the air warms your skin.

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    Infra red rays present in sunlight heat your skin

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