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Scientist study many factors that allow them to predict weather. Which factor most directly affects the movement of air?
a) air pressure; b) precipitation; c) relative humidity; d) temperature

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    Wouldn't you think air pressure would be a large factor? How do you think pptn, humidity, temperature affects air movement.

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    temperature

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    b precipitation

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    i think its c relative humidity

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    a

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    temperature

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    a air pressure

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    A air pressure

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    Cumulus clouds are made of water droplets. They form at low elevations. Cirrus clouds form at high elevations. They are made of ice crystals. Stratus clouds can be found low in the atmosphere. Study's show these facts are proven correctly.🤓

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    temperature

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    Air pressure

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    I need help which ones correct

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