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Why is the equator region the hottest part of Earth’s surface?

The equator region has the widest diameter.

The sun shines directly on the equator region.

The rays of the sun hit the equator region at an angle.

The equator region is closest to the sun.

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  1. Why don't you Google this? Temperatures on earth are determined to a great extent by the angle at which the rays of the sun hit earth.

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  2. It's been a year and nobody has answered this😑🤦‍♂️

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  3. wow people

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  4. Here is the answers.
    1. the amount of heat in each area
    2.The sun shines directly on the equator region.
    3.condensation
    4.It cools down and descends.
    5convection

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  5. ARE THESE RIGHT??????

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  6. help🤯 is right! got a 100%

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  7. thx

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  8. 1 the amount of heat in each area
    2 The sun shines directly on the equator region.
    3 condensation
    4 It cools down and descends.
    5 convection
    just did the quick check

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