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How do meteorologists use isotherms and isobars? A. To differentiate between seasons B. To provide estimates for the amount of direct sunlight received C. To identity high- and low-pressure systems D. To identify areas of high and low water vapor
Meteorologists use isotherms and isobars: To identity high- and low-pressure systems.
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Select the best answer for the question. 4. Which earthly phenomenon is represented by this image? A. Obliquity B. Circumpolar current C. Axial precession D. Magnetic shifting
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Earthly phenomenon is represented by this image is Axial precession.

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Climate is the average weather conditions in a geographic area.
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