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What happens as water evaporates from the oceans? Answer energy is transferred from the oceans to the atmosphere heat is added to the oceans the atmosphere is cooled
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User: What happens as water evaporates from the oceans? Answer energy is transferred from the oceans to the atmosphere heat is added to the oceans the atmosphere is cooled

User: Earth is not the only planet that has weather. What is required for a planet to have weather? Answer water atmosphere solid surface

User: Earth is not the only planet that has weather. What is required for a planet to have weather? Answer: a. water b. atmosphere c. solid surface

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