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What event is a direct result of evaporation and transpiration?

1 the atmosphere warms.
2 cloud cover decreases.
3 moisture enters the atmosphere.
4 moisture leaves the atmosphere.

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    i guess its 2 .

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    The answer is 3 because the moisture is boing absorbed by evaporation.

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