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When are tides highest? a. during the moon’s first quarter phase b. when the sun, Earth, and the moon are nearly in a line c. during the moon’s third quarter phase d. when the moon is at a right angle to the sun
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User: When are tides highest? a. during the moon’s first quarter phase b. when the sun, Earth, and the moon are nearly in a line c. during the moon’s third quarter phase d. when the moon is at a right angle to the sun

Weegy: B. new. the new moon occurs when the moon is positioned between the earth and sun.
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User: One complete revolution of Earth around the sun takes about a. one rotation. b. one season. c. one year. d. one eclipse.

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The tides are highest: when the sun, Earth, and the moon are nearly in a line.
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One complete revolution of Earth around the sun takes about: ONE YEAR.
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