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What are the factors that cause Earth’s seasons? A. Earth’s distance from the Sun B. the tilt of the Earth C. the length of daylight D. the angle of the sunlight E. b, c, and d only F. all of the above
The tilt of the Earth cause Earth’s seasons.
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The tilt of the Earth cause Earth’s seasons.
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