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you decided to relocate. you want to live in the mountains area, but you want to be next to the ocean too. you also avoid country with long, extreme cold winters. Where would you most likely move?

A. Rocky mountains

B. Appalachian mountains****

C. Sierra Nevada mountains

D. Alaska range

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  1. Probably. The Appalachians are not VERY close to the ocean, but not TOO far, and the winters may be less severe than in the other places (or shorter).

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  2. It's C :)

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