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It's 10 o'clock at night and you're out on a boat. If you head back into the coast where a land breeze is blowing, the temperature would _____. get cooler get warmer stay the same
b.get warmer
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User: Select all of the answers that apply. Things that can naturally cool an area include _____. plants trees buildings roads grass cars

User: It's 10 o'clock at night and you're out on a boat. If you head back into the coast where a land breeze is blowing, the temperature would _____. get cooler get warmer stay the same

Weegy: b.get warmer
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Things that can naturally cool an area include plants, trees and grass.
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plants, trees, and grass can bring cool breeze in an area..
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