Sample_Final_key

Sample_Final_key - marked with an X, in the northern...

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1 B 26 C 51 B 76 A 2 D 27 A 52 B 77 C 3 E 28 B 53 E 78 C 4 A 29 A 54 A 79 C 5 C 30 C 55 B 80 C 6 D 31 A 56 C 81 B 7 C 32 C 57 C 82 D 8 B 33 A 58 E 83 B 9 C 34 A 59 D 84 E 10 E 35 B 60 D 85 B 11 A 36 E 61 D 86 C 12 A 37 D 62 C 87 D 13 A 38 D 63 B 88 A 14 C 39 C 64 A 89 B 15 D 40 C 65 C 90 B 16 D 41 A 66 A 17 B 42 C 67 A 18 C 43 B 68 D 19 D 44 B 69 D 20 B 45 D 70 C 21 D 46 A 71 B 22 A 47 A 72 B 23 B 48 D 73 D 24 A 49 B 74 C 25 D 50 B 75 D A detailed answer to question 1 is on the next page.
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To solve this problem, you need to draw the Earth, Sun and Moon, as well as the tidal bulge, as described in the question. In winter, the north pole points away from the Sun. As you can see, where
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Unformatted text preview: marked with an X, in the northern hemisphere, the largest part of the tidal bulge is on the night side of the Earth. On the day side (point Z), a smaller high tide would be expected....
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