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Why would it be difficult to determine the climate of a place based on one day's measurements? A. Today may be sunny, but tomorrow it might rain. B. Climate is the general weather pattern of an
area over many years. C. You might have made a mistake in recording your measurements. D. Factors affecting climate include latitude, elevation, and proximity to water.
B is the correct answer
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