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humidity is the amount of water vapor in the air at a given time.if the air at 75 degrees holding the maximum amount of moisture that it can,and the temperture suddenly drops to 60degrees,what is likely to be the result?
a)precipitation will be released in the form of hail.
b)precipitation will be released in the form of snow.
c)precipitation will be released in the form of rain.
d)the humidity will remain unchanged.
e)the relative humidity will decrease.

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    I will be happy to critque your thinking.

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    it will be relaesed in the form of snow?

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