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Q: According to the GLOBE maps viewed online, it can be inferred that solar energy is not the only factor affecting average global temperature because _______. a. the area between the equator and pole
have distinct seasons that switch back and forth as the Earth revolves around the sun b. the south pole experiences mild temperature fluctuations with large variations in solar energy while the opposite is true for the north pole c. the poles have extremes in the level of solar energy and extremes in temperature d. a and c
A: The answer is B According to the GLOBE maps viewed online, [ it can be inferred that solar energy is not the only factor affecting average global temperature because the south pole experiences mild temperature fluctuations with large variations in solar energy while the opposite is true for the north pole. ]
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