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What must be true about the two places? The graphs below represent the maximum height of the sun in the sky over the course of a year at two different places in North America. 





A. Place 1 is farther north of the equator than Place 2
B. Place 2 is farther north of the equator than Place 1
C. They are the same distance from the equator but Place 1 is east of Place 2
D. The maximum height of the sun would be different at two places only if something is different about the places, such as one is on a mountain and the other is not.

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Asked by Rdteague, Last updated: Jun 27, 2020

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Answered Nov 17, 2017

Place 2 is farther north of the eauator than Place 1
 

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