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What directly causes the pressure difference between the equator and the poles?(1 point)

the rotation of Earth on its axis

the length of each season

the direction where wind blows

the amount of heat in each area
Why is the equator region the hottest part of Earth’s surface?(1 point)

The equator region is closest to the sun.

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

The equator region has the widest diameter.

The sun shines directly on the equator region.
What is the process through which clouds are formed?(1 point)

transpiration

condensation

precipitation

evaporation
What happens to air that causes high-pressure systems?(1 point)

It warms up and rises.

It cools down and descends.

It moves in random directions.

It heats up and expands.
What drives the circulation of air in the atmosphere?(1 point)

conduction

condensation

evaporation

convection

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  3. I dont know the answer

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  4. 1. the rotation of earth on its axis
    2. the rays of the sun hit the equator region at an angle
    3. precipitation
    4. it moves in random directions
    5. condensation
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  9. (read my name ;-;)

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  10. kim is wrong

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  11. 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

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