ica10-sep18 - when it is in which direction? A. north....

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Class 11, ICA #10, September 18. We did 6 clicker questions. There were 8 total marks possible. For #2, #3, #5, #6: You get 1 mark for answering, 1 more mark for answering correctly. For #1 and #4, I didn't count anything. The clicker questions count for a total of 3 points toward your course grade, so your points for the day = # of marks * (3/8). Clicker Question #1 and #2 (revote): Suppose you are in northern Sweden, farther north than the Arctic Circle. On the summer solstice, the Sun will be up for 24 hours. It will be closest to the horizon
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Unformatted text preview: when it is in which direction? A. north. Clicker Question #3: What time will it be when the Sun is due North? A. about midnight. Clicker Question #4 and #5 (revote): As seen from Honolulu between May 27 and July 14, where is the Sun at noon? B. in the northern part of the sky. Clicker Question #6 Which statement is true (referring to a picture on one of the slides in the lecture). B. D experiences more daylight hours than E, but it is still warmer at E....
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This note was uploaded on 11/09/2009 for the course AST 2002 taught by Professor Britt during the Fall '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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