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During the year the amount of daylight each day changes the most where?

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> 60 days ago

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greenprof2
Apr 23, 2012
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Well, think about that for a minute. Where would it change the least? At the equator, right? because at the equator there are always 12 hours each of day and night. So as you move north or south from the equator, what do you expect would happen? Not far away there would be a slight change and the farther from the equator... what do you think?

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kevin300
kevin300 writes:
at pole
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Josephacede... writes:
Northern hemisphere
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Entertainme... , Parent writes:
It is depends on the pole of earth. We can't predict the exact place where amount of day light changes each day. If you are boring in your life you can choose the entertainment website. Where you can find so many entertainment programs.
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