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ACOSE01:

Brandy has built a computer model of a weather system. She has included information about bodies of water, the Sun, and the atmosphere. Brandy records the average daily temperature of a continental city that is at sea level (City A). She then records the noontime temperature of a continental city at the same latitude but at a greater elevation (City B). If all other factors in her model are the same for both cities, A. It will always rain in City A but never in City B. B. It will always rain in City B but never in City A. C. City A will have a higher temperature overall than City B. D. City B will have a higher temperature overall than City A.

ACOSE01:

Like can someone help oh it my first being here

Aricuzyas:

Lol I'm not a math person that's why I came and left lul.

ACOSE01:

Oh okay lol

Aricuzyas:

@Convert C'mon dude this is your cue come help this person lul.

gayprideiscool:

If all factors other than elevation are the same for both cities, then City A will have a higher temperature overall than City B. This is because there are fewer air molecules at higher elevations. Fewer air molecules mean less heat is absorbed by the atmosphere, and temperatures are lower. This is why areas high in the mountains are often much cooler than areas down on the plains.

ACOSE01:

Thank you!

gayprideiscool:

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ACOSE01:

Yep i saw thx plus this is my first time being here lol

gayprideiscool:

lol

Aricuzyas:

\(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{Originally Posted by}}\) @kylenbrownyt1 https://zoom.us/j/94161506969?pwd=YmNDcTFheStzdVhnRjVhdm42YU5Wdz09 \(\color{#0cbb34}{\text{End of Quote}}\) Please post links in private if it's not school related..

ACOSE01:

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