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Q: 20. Average year-after-year conditions are to__________as day-to-day atmospheric conditions are to _________________. (2 points)
A: Average year-after-year conditions are to climate as day-to-day atmospheric conditions are to Weather.
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User: 20. Average year-after-year conditions are to__________as day-to-day atmospheric conditions are to _________________. (2 points)

Weegy: Average year-after-year conditions are to climate as day-to-day atmospheric conditions are to Weather.
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User: 21. Regrowth of grasses, ferns, wildflowers, and saplings after a forest fire is an example of _______________ . (1 point)

Weegy: Average year after year conditions are to CLIMATE as day-to-day atmospheric conditions are to WEATHER
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