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Which is an accurate description of an equinox? A. the greatest distance from the sun in a planet’s orbit B. the time of day when the sun is highest in the sky C. a day with an equal amount of daylight and darkness D. the time at which earth, moon, and sun are in a straight line

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  1. Foxythepirate0984
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    @YoungStudier

  2. YoungStudier
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    um *Grabs science book* One sec

  3. Foxythepirate0984
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    xD . i think its B

  4. YoungStudier
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    Nope

  5. Foxythepirate0984
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    D?

  6. YoungStudier
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    Tsk, you're guessing. XD Urm, I can't think of an hint.....

  7. Foxythepirate0984
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    its A or C its gotta be

  8. YoungStudier
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    Fall equinox, spring equinox, ring a bell?

  9. Foxythepirate0984
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    A

  10. YoungStudier
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    no....

  11. Foxythepirate0984
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    c

  12. YoungStudier
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    equinox. noun. Either of two points on the celestial sphere at which the ecliptic intersects the celestial equator. Either of the two times during a year when the sun crosses the celestial equator and when the length of day and night are approximately equal; the vernal equinox or the autumnal equinox.

  13. YoungStudier
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    C is correct, yes. ^_^

  14. YoungStudier
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    @Foxythepirate0984

  15. Foxythepirate0984
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    ^u^

  16. YoungStudier
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    Medal? XD

  17. YoungStudier
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    Danke (Which means thank you in German)

  18. YoungStudier
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    Need help with any more?

  19. Foxythepirate0984
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    umm yesh

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