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The earth is the 3rd planet from the Sun. It receives just the right amount of heat from the Sun, which contributes to the planet's life-supporting
Relatively thin life-supporting stratum of the earth's surface ... Note just how much greater the amount of mass is in the air ... exposes the ground .
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User: The earth is the 3rd planet from the Sun. It receives just the right amount of heat from the Sun, which contributes to the planet's life-supporting

Weegy: Relatively thin life-supporting stratum of the earth's surface ... Note just how much greater the amount of mass is in the air ... exposes the ground .
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User: The sound of a police siren that is moving away has longerhighershorter wavelengths, and one that is approaching has shorterlowerlonger wavelengths.

Weegy: The sound of a police siren that is moving away has longer wavelengths, and one that is approaching has shorter wavelengths. This is known as the Doppler effect.
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