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How are the prevailing winds set up?

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    A. Uneven heating sets up a general circulation pattern from the poles to the equator. Earth's rotation breaks it into six cells and deflects the surface winds. B. Earth's rotation sets up a general circulation pattern from the poles to the equator. Uneven heating breaks it into six cells and deflects the surface winds. C. Uneven heating sets up a general circulation pattern from the equator to the poles. Earth's rotation breaks it into six cells and deflects the surface winds. D. Earth's rotation sets up a general circulation pattern from the equator to the poles. Uneven heating breaks it into six cells and deflects the surface winds.

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