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A cloud type that usually produces precipitation is a(n) a. cirrostratus. c. altocumulus. b. altostratus. d. nimbostratus.
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User: A cloud type that usually produces precipitation is a(n) a. cirrostratus. c. altocumulus. b. altostratus. d. nimbostratus.

Weegy: A cloud type that usually produced precipitation was altocumulus.
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User: Air becomes wind as it flows from a. low pressure to low pressure. c. low pressure to high pressure. b. high pressure to high pressure. d. high pressure to low pressure.

Weegy: Air becomes wind as it flows from: high pressure to low pressure.




User: Warm air rises because of its a. low density. c. lack of density. b. high density. d. lack of pressure.

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User: Condensation and the formation of cumulus clouds begins as the rising air reaches its a. dew point. c. minimum altitude. b. maximum altitude. d. evaporation point.

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User: With the input of solar energy, water changes from a liquid to a gas during the process of a. condensation. c. evaporation. b. precipitation. d. neutralization.

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With the input of solar energy, water changes from a liquid to a gas during the process of Evaporation.

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