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Which explains how air from the equator influences temperatures of land masses further north and south of it? A. Sunlight absorbed at the equator warms the air above and causes convection currents that travel north and south to influence temperatures there. B. Sunlight absorbed at the equator warms the air above and causes conduction currents that travel north and south to influence temperatures there. C. Sunlight absorbed at the equator warms the air above and causes convergent currents that travel north and south to influence temperatures there.

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  1. anonymous
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    What do you think the answer is?

  2. anonymous
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    i think it is A

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    I think it is as well.

  4. anonymous
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    and i forgot to put d wich is Which explains how air from the equator influences temperatures of land masses further north and south of it? A. Sunlight absorbed at the equator warms the air above and causes convection currents that travel north and south to influence temperatures there. B. Sunlight absorbed at the equator warms the air above and causes conduction currents that travel north and south to influence temperatures there. C. Sunlight absorbed at the equator warms the air above and causes convergent currents that travel north and south to influence temperatures there. D. Sunlight absorbed at the equator warms the air above and causes radiation currents that travel north and south to influence temperatures there.

  5. anonymous
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    I don't think it's D.

  6. anonymous
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    i forgot to put in D

  7. anonymous
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    yeah, that's fine, after reading D. I don't think it's D. So stick with A, hope you do well.

  8. anonymous
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    Thanks

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    @Data_LG2

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    @deadpool01

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    @whpalmer4

  12. likeabossssssss
    • one year ago
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    Deez nuts

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