anonymous
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(5 pt) The pictures on-screen illustrate different angles at which solar energy and sunlight reach the earth as it revolves around the sun. Which illustrates the position of the sun at the poles? A. B. C. D.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
a http://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/978500_979000/978533/1/53cdb881f64e9c330d2e91b433ba5d4b2f650af8/MS2_ERT_10_02_q15_light_angles_A.jpg
anonymous
  • anonymous
b http://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/978500_979000/978534/1/58ecf24b67f7f1b9419f3fd82c4005425e73b03a/MS2_ERT_10_02_q15_light_angles_B.jpg
anonymous
  • anonymous
chttp://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/978500_979000/978535/1/0f301d56246add763677b2debd7a3a8d5cf56628/MS2_ERT_10_02_q15_light_angles_C.jpg

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anonymous
  • anonymous
d http://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/978500_979000/978536/1/092bdb859e6f91218ebf86bc7f017dbb94003747/MS2_ERT_10_02_q15_light_angles_D.jpg
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Tori040403
  • Tori040403
im guessing k12? :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
yea
Tori040403
  • Tori040403
i would say A probably, i actually was just watching a video about climate change by Bill Nye the Science Guy
Tori040403
  • Tori040403
i'll draw a picture just in case im wrong.
anonymous
  • anonymous
ok
Tori040403
  • Tori040403
|dw:1432766025219:dw|as you can see, the lines represent heat from the sun, as it hits the earth. it hits the equator almost dead on, so thats why places around the equator are usually tropical.
Tori040403
  • Tori040403
it also touches the southern and northern hemispheres, so it gets cooler. it barely touches the north and south poles, so its much cooler there.
Tori040403
  • Tori040403
i hope my answer helped and i hope you get the question right :3
anonymous
  • anonymous
ill tell u when im done
Tori040403
  • Tori040403
ok :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
it was correct @tori040403

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