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Over which part of the globe do the prevailing winds blow west to east? (1 point)
between 0°S and 30°S latitude

between 60°S and 90°S latitude

between 30°N and 60°N latitude

between 0ºN and 30°N latitude

Which is a difference between the trade winds and the polar easterlies?(1 point)

The trade winds blow in the Northern Hemisphere, and the polar easterlies blow in the Southern Hemisphere.

The trade winds tend toward the right, and the polar easterlies tend toward the left.

The trade winds blow from west to east, and the polar easterlies blow from east to west.

The trade winds blow near the equator, and the polar easterlies blow near the poles.

What does the Coriolis effect describe?(1 point)

the uneven heating patterns between the equator and the poles

the density of hot and cold air

the circulation pattern of air near the equator

the direction of air currents in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres

Which change would you expect to observe as you travel from 15°S latitude to 15°N latitude?(1 point)

the direction of air currents

the wind direction

the convection pattern

the density of air

PLEASE HELPP

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  1. We do not do your homework for you. Although it might take more effort to do the work on your own, you will profit more from your effort. We will be happy to evaluate your work though.

    What are your choices?

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  2. first is a 2 is c 3 b 4 is d

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  3. I got 10% because of "me"

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  4. answers please

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  5. well can somebody tell me the answers?

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  6. ANSWERS PLEASE !

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  7. a, d, b, c

    (I dont recommend cheating on tests )

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  8. Exactly

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  9. wow thanks so much answer man not!
    I got a 2/4 thanks so much since you gave wrong answers to me ill give the right answers to you no cap!

    (1)between 30°N and 60°N latitude
    (2)The trade winds blow near the equator, and the polar easterlies blow near the poles.
    (3)The trade winds blow near the equator, and the polar easterlies blow near the poles.
    (4)the direction of air currents

    YOUR WELCOME AGAIN DONT TRUST ANSWER MAN HE WILL GIVE YOU 2/4

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  10. TYSM Honey

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  11. But number three was
    (the direction of air currents in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres)

    I think u might have accidentally copy and pasted The trade winds blow near the equator, and the polar easterlies blow near the poles. twice im giving al the credit to you for (the direction of air currents in the Northern and Southern Hemispheres)
    (wuv u) UwU

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  12. sorry about that!

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  13. Oh and next time dont cheat, especially if your violating connexus's terms of service... If they find out you will be in trouble.

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  14. will somebody give the answers that are real!!!

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  15. @answer man I completely agree that you shouldn’t cheat but let them figure it out the hard way

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  16. Connexus student and answer man then why yall here then leave -.-

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  17. its a quick check and you can get help on them by the way.

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  18. thx

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  19. I now the anwers

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  20. Yes

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  21. (1) between 30.N and 60.N latitude

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  22. (2) The trade winds blow near the equator and the polar Easterlies blow near the poles.

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  23. (3) The trade winds blow near the equator and the polar Easterlies blow near the poles.

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  24. The third one I do not no what the anwer is ok and I am not lieing i type the 4th anwer ok
    will

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  25. (4) The direction of air currents.

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  26. (3) the direction of air currents in the northern and southern hemispheres.

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  27. I think honey is correct and I disagree with awnser man awnser man. I will get twenty dollars worth of robux and a phone if I get a passing grade no joke.

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  28. Tysm honey

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  29. A quick check by the way is still counts as a grade but practices don't ok

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