FaithHouse
  • FaithHouse
How does uneven heating of the earth set up conditions for the prevailing winds on a nonrotating earth? A. It sets up two circulation cells where cool air aloft moves toward the equator and warm surface air moves toward the poles. B. It sets up two circulation cells where warm air aloft moves toward the poles and cool surface air moves toward the equator. C. It sets up two circulation cells where cool air aloft moves toward the poles and warm surface air moves toward the equator. D. It sets up two circulation cells where warm air aloft moves toward the equator and cool surface air
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FaithHouse
  • FaithHouse
I think its B
anonymous
  • anonymous
Near the equator, the climate is very hot and humid. The poles have a cold climate.
FaithHouse
  • FaithHouse
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anonymous
  • anonymous
No problem! In a nonrotating earth, the wind direction does not change much tot he rotating earth. The wind direction only depends on the atmospheric pressure or its gradient. Wind goes from high to low pressure.

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