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How does the sun's gravity influence tides?

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    can someone please help me with this question and instead of just giving me the answer can someone please also help me by explaining this to me in full sentences? Thank you guys :D

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    The sun's gravity pulls the water in a certain direction toward it.

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    because.....?

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    can you please explain to me in more detail please? Thank you

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    This site has a good explanation plus diagrams.

    http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/tide.html

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    the sun influences tides buy pushing or pulling the water.

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