# Science

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1. What is the relationship between elevation and average surface temperature?

2. What is the generalized relationship between latitude and average surface temperature..(I think it's that the higher the latitude, the colder the surface temperature)?

3. What is the relationship between distance to a large body of water and temperature range?

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1, doesn't it get cool on mountain tops?
2. correct.
3. Lots of folks like to got to the beach in the Summer. Why?

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1. the higher the elevation, the colder.
3. the shorter to a large body of water, the smaller the temperature range.

i like to type bad grammar. LOL : }

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i don't care

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