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Posted by John on Sunday, September 11, 2011 at 9:19pm.

what would tides be like if the moon did not exist?

a) There would be no tides without the moon's gravity.

b) There would be one high tide and one low tide every 24 hours because of the sun's gravity, with the high tide at noon and the low tide at midnight.

c) There would be one high tide and one low tide every 12 hours, with high tides at noon and midnight and low tides at 6 am and 6 pm.

d) There would be one high tide and one low tide each 6 months, with high tide when the earth is nearest the sun and low tide when it is farthest away.

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