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From new moon phase to full moon phase, you see A. an increasing amount of the lighted side of the moon. B. a decreasing amount of the lighted side of the moon. C. the same amount of the lighted side of the moon. D. more of the lighted side, then less of the lighted side of the moon
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User: From new moon phase to full moon phase, you see A. an increasing amount of the lighted side of the moon. B. a decreasing amount of the lighted side of the moon. C. the same amount of the lighted side of the moon. D. more of the lighted side, then less of the lighted side of the moon





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From new moon phase to full moon phase you see: an increasing amount of the lighted side of the moon.

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