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Why does temperature increase with altitude through the stratosphere? A.The air molecules are closer together in the upper stratosphere. B.The stratosphere is closest to the sun. C.The ozone layer is found in the stratosphere. D.All layers of the atmosphere increase in temperature with altitude.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
c
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hmm this one isn't in my memory. Anyone else got it?
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William said it was c

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anonymous
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Because the ozone (O3) layer mostly resides at this level in the atmosphere. Ozone absorbs UV radiation from the sun which, in turn, increases the motion of the ozone molecules.
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I'mma go with c.

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