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2. Polar Easterlies in the Northern Hemisphere blow from
A) East to West
B) West to East
C) North to South
D) South to North***

3. Westerlies in the Northern Hemisphere blow from
A) East to West
B) West to East***
C) North to South
D)South to North

4. Trade winds in the Northern Hemisphere blow from
A) East to West***
B) West to East
C) North to South
D)South to North

5. Polar Easterlies in the Southern Hemisphere blow from
A) East to West
B) West to East***
C) North to South
D)South to North

6. Westerlies in the Southern Hemisphere blow from
A) East to West
B) West to East
C) North to South
D)South to North***

7. Trade Winds in the Southern Hemisphere blow from
A) East to West***
B) West to East
C) North to South
D)South to North

I've been on this quiz for way to long. The similar way these questions are asked is really confusing me and I really need help on this one. I'm good at everything else except for wind patterns...

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  1. i do not know the answers to this I did not study, can you please help next time when we have a exam.

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