1. The ________ is a great imaginary circle, or reference line, around Earth that is equally distant from the two poles and divides Earth into the northern and southern hemispheres.
A. equinox
B. equator
C. tilt*****

2. A(n) _______ is one of the four quarters into which the year is commonly divided: winter, spring, summer, and fall.

B solstice
C season****
3. The __________ solstice is the day of the year on which the sun is furthest north in the Northern Hemisphere.
4. The direction in which the Earth is angled from the vertical (23.5 degrees) is called the ________.

A equinox****
B tilt
C season

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