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Homework Help: pHYSIC

Posted by Luis on Sunday, July 15, 2012 at 8:38pm.

5. Now, wait until the planet is at the winter solstice (12:00am). a) How many hours of daylight are there on the winter solstice with the inclination at 45 degrees? Use the same criteria for the length of day that you used for the previous question.
b) Use the above formula and the results from the earlier questions to calculate the number of sunlight-hours of daylight that one receives on the winter solstice for a planet tilted by 45 degrees. Show your work for full credit.

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