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The sun's energy hits earth's surface at the most direct angle at which of the following locations? A.North Pole B.South Pole C.equator D.30° N or S latitude (Btw this is 9th grade stuff)
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anonymous
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anonymous
  • anonymous
the equator because is the nearest part from earth to the sun
anonymous
  • anonymous
lol im in tenth grade in a week i did all this b4

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anonymous
  • anonymous
The north pole is a pretty funny choice lol
Cookie_2046
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i just started freshmen yesterday xD
anonymous
  • anonymous
congrats!!
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Thanks again
anonymous
  • anonymous
its b-e-f-o-r-e not b4....... we speak english not bingo
anonymous
  • anonymous
I had to take Earth/Space Science over the summer this year because I did bad in chemistry, so Earth/Space kinda covered the bad grade
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it's okay zedd :) just try your best

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