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5.Analyze: Plates A, B, and Call lie in the northern hemisphere, the half of Earth north of the equator. Plates E, F, and Gall lie in the southern hemisphere, south of the equator.A.Which hemisphere gets more direct sunlight at Time AB.Which hemisphere gets more sunlight at Time A + 6 months6.Interpret: Plate Bis a typical northern hemisphere location, and plate Fis a typical southern hemisphere location. Circle the answer to each question below.A.On plate B, which season is Time A?Start of summerStart of winterB.On B, which season is Time A + 6 months? Start of summerStart of winterC. On F, which season is Time A? Start of summerStart of winterD. On F, which season is Time A + 6 months? Start of summerStart of winterE.In general, how are seasons in the northern hemisphere related to seasons in the southern hemisphere? Sooner or later they will switch places and one will be closer 7.Apply: December 21 and June 21 are important dates called solstices. The winter solsticeis the shortest day of the year. The summer solsticeis the longest day of the year. A.Which date does Time Arepresent? B.Which date does Time A + 6 monthsrepresent?8.Summarize: Based on what you have seen, what causes the seasons? The seasons are