Higher Lower Question 7 1 1 point Which two seasons is the sun getting higher

Higher lower question 7 1 1 point which two seasons

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Higher Lower Question 7 1 / 1 point Which two seasons is the sun getting higher in the noon-time sky?
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Spring & Summer Winter & Spring Summer & Fall Question 8 1 / 1 point The shortest shadow of the day is observed at noon. During what month is the shortest noon shadow observed? December March June September Place your cursor on the grass of the observer's backyard. Move the view so that you see the top down view of the backyard. Have it so the direction north is on the top of the screen as shown below. Note : change the animation mode from step by step to continuous. Start animation. Adjust animation speed slider as needed. You may want to disengage the show the ecliptic and show month labels that were earlier checked. This will make the visual display less confusing. The passage of time can be monitored along the time line shown in the upper right. 1 / 1 point On the June Solstice (about the 20-21) the sun rises and sets: from east to west from northeast to southwest from northeast to northwest
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from southeast to southwest Question 10 1 / 1 point On the September Equinox (about the 20-21) the sun rises and sets: from east to west from northeast to southwest from northeast to northwest from southeast to southwest Question 11 1 / 1 point Three months past the September Equinox the sun rises and sets from east to west from northeast to southwest from northeast to northwest from southeast to southwest Question 12 0 / 1 point In the following dialogue authored by Shakespeare, which season is it? Julius Caesar II i. Deceius Here lies the East. Doth not the day break here? Casca: No. Cinna: O pardon Sir, it doth, and yon grey lines that fret the clouds and messengers of day. Casca: You shall confess that you are both deceived. Here, as I point my sword, the sun arises, which as a great way growing on the south, weighing the youthful season of the year. Some two months hence, up higher toward the north he first presents his fire, and the high east stands as the capitol, directly here. Winter Spring
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Summer Fall View Feedback 1 / 1 point During which season would the location you live in receive sunlight for the greatest number of hours? Estimate how many hours? Summer-more than 12 hours Spring-more than 12 hours Fall-more than 12 hours Winter-more than 12 hours The source for questions 14-17 and the following illustration is: Cause of the Seasons Lecture-Tutorials and Ranking Tasks NASA Center for Astronomy Education CAPER Team, University of Arizona.
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1 / 1 point Which of the two lighted areas (the one created by spotlight #1 or #2) would appear brighter? #1 #2 Question 15 1 / 1 point Which of the two lighted areas is smaller? #1 #2 Question 16 1 / 1 point Which of the two lighted areas receives more direct light (amount of energy on each unit of area) from the spotlight?
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#1 #2 Question 17 1 / 1 point If a thermometer were placed in each of the lighted areas, which one would read the higher temperature?
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