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Magnetism is NOT a major characteristic used to identify minerals.
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Which of the following statements is FALSE? Air temperatures over the ocean remain fairly constant throughout a 24-hour cycle. Air temperatures over the land can vary significantly throughout the day. Air temperatures over land reach their highest values in the mid-afternoon. Air temperatures over land are always higher than air temperatures over the ocean
Weegy: Air temperatures over land are always higher than air temperatures over the ocean. Explanation: Statements A, B, and C are all true. Regarding statement D, nighttime temperatures over land are often lower than nighttime temperatures over the ocean. [ ] (More)
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At what time of day would you be most likely to find that the air over water is significantly warmer than the air over land nearby? 5:00 AM 11:00 AM 4:00 PM 9:00 PM
Weegy: The answer is 5:00 AM. : The temperature of air over water fluctuates much less than the temperature of air over land. So, you will often find that in the hottest part of the day (afternoon) the air over land is warmer than the air over the water. [ But, you will also often find that in the coolest part of the day (overnight, just before sunrise), the air over land is cooler than the air over water. This means that, out of the given times, you would be most likely to find that the air over water is significantly warmer than the air over land at 5:00 AM. ] (More)
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