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The main difference between the doldrums and the horse latitudes is A. they are the same thing. B. the effects of the pressure zones. C.
location. D. the treatment of horses
B. the effects of the pressure zones
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User: The main difference between the doldrums and the horse latitudes is A. they are the same thing. B. the effects of the pressure zones. C. location. D. the treatment of horses





Weegy: B. the effects of the pressure zones
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User: If a sample of air with a volume of 50 cm3 contains 15g of water vapor, what is its absolute humidity? A. 3.3 g/cm3 B. 750.0 g/cm3 C. 0.3 g/cm3 D. 1.0 g/cm3

Weegy: A. 3.3 g/cm3
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User: What is the relationship between evaporation and temperature? A. The lower the temperature, the greater the evaporation. B. The higher the temperature, the greater the evaporation. C. The higher the temperature, the lower the evaporation. D. There is no relationship between temperature and evaporation.

Weegy: B. The higher the temperature, the greater the evaporation.
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User: All of the following are necessary for cloud formation EXCEPT A. position in the troposphere. B. water vapor. C. water vapor saturation. D. condensation nuclei.

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