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Which of the following is a primary cause of wind on Earth?
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User: how our solar system formed from a giant molecular cloud?

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Differences in atmospheric pressure - is a primary cause of wind on Earth.
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A typical star, such as our Sun, begins to die once it exhausts its supply of HYDROGEN.
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