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# Mastering Astronomy, Seasons 2: Why is summer hotter than winter?

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 Mastering Astronomy, Seasons 2: Why is summer hotter than winter? Hey everyone, I was hoping someone could help me with this question.Each of the following figures shows a person (not to scale) located on Earth at either 40°N or 40°S latitude. Rank the figures based on how much time the person spends in daylight during each 24-hour period, from most to least. To rank items as equivalent, overlap them. Read 59163 times 229 Replies
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 This is the diagram. Attached file  Thumbnail(s): You must login or register to gain access to this attachment.
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 Where is the answer for this question?
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 Quote from: biology1122 (11 years ago)Where is the answer for this question?I don't think there is one yet, do you have an idea?
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 Figures 1 and 4 show a person in the northern hemisphere during summer Figures 5 and 6 show a person in the northern hemisphere during winter Figure 2 shows a person in the southern hemisphere summer And finally figure 3 shows a person during winter in the southern hemisphere Figures 1,2, and 4 have the most daylight Figures 3,5, and 6 have the least daylight Answer #2: (6,5,3),(1,2,4) from the least to most sunlight during 24 hours
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 This is exactly what I need for AST assignment. Thank you!
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 Quote from: mpstorey (11 years ago)This is the diagram.THANKSSSSS!
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 Each of the following figures shows a person (not to scale) located on Earth at either 40°N or 40°S latitude. Rank the figures based on how much time the person spends in daylight during each 24-hour period, from most to least. To rank items as equivalent, overlap them.Can someone help?
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 Quote from: mpstorey (11 years ago)This is the diagram.Thanks！！
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 5 years later it is making me comment to see it, but thanks
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